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• zero, or indeterminate … discuss with your instructor as to how he/she sees it
• They have used the method of partial fractions (not functions). Assume: \frac{1}{x * (3x + 1)} \ = \ \frac{A}{x} + \frac{B}{3x+1}...
• The limit will be zero if I use what skeeter has suggested.
• What is done to be able to get from the first step to the second step in the attached photo? I am not sure how exactly it was derived...
• The trouble is that $$0\cdot-\infty$$ is indeterminate, so that the limit of the product depends on exactly how each factor approaches...
• pka replied to the thread Complex Numbers question.