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Limit of a Function of Two Variables

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Find the limit, if it exists.

Limit (x, y -> 0) f(x) = 15 x^3 y /(2x^4 + y^4)

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f(x) = 15 x^3 y /(2x^4 + y^4)

Let (x, y) approach (0, 0) along the X axis. Then we put y = 0 and take the ...

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f(x) = 15 x^3 y /(2x^4 + y^4)

Let (x, y) approach (0, 0) along the X axis. Then we put y = 0 and take the limit

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