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limit x->0   (1/|x|) exists or not 

asked in Mathematical Logic by Loyal (3.2k points) | 36 views
It does not exist..LHL = -infinity and RHL  = infinity...

By the way u should know finding limits of these elementary functions..These are school level questions and that too of simple level..:)

 @Habibkhan   yes you should learn how to  find limits of these elementary functions..  left hand limit =  infinity not   - infinity  , i know answer is still same but giving wrong logic and getting correct  answer dont have meaning at all thanks 

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