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## Can you do limits on Wolfram Alpha?

Wolfram|Alpha has the power to compute bidirectional limits, one-sided limits and multivariate limits. More information, such as plots and series expansions, is provided to enhance mathematical intuition about a limit.

## Can a function have two limits?

No, if a function has a limit x→y, the limit can only have one value. Because if limx→yf(x)=A and limx→yf(x)=B then A=B.

**How do you find double limits?**

lim(x,y)→(x0,y0) f(x,y)=A. (xn,yn)→(x0,y0), (x0,y0)≠(xn,yn)∈E, n=1,2… exists and is equal to the double limit of the function.

### How do you write limits on a text?

Use “_” (underscore) for subscripts. If the subscript has more than one character, enclose it in braces: “lim_{x –> 0} sin (x) / x”….Calculus expressions:

- Infinity is “infinity” or “\infty”.
- Example for limits: “lim_{x –> 3^+} 1 / (x – 3)”.
- For derivatives, use an apostrophe: “f’ (x)”.

### How do you write two limits?

If the left-hand limit and a right-hand limit of a function both exist for a particular value and are the same, then the function is said to have a two-sided limit at that value. Formally: limx→cf(x)=L if and only if limx→c−f(x)=limx→c+f(x)=L.

**What is a two variable function?**

A function of two variables is a function, that is, to each input is associated exactly one output. The inputs are ordered pairs, (x,y). The outputs are real numbers (each output is a single real number).

#### Why do we find limit of a function?

A limit tells us the value that a function approaches as that function’s inputs get closer and closer to some number. The idea of a limit is the basis of all calculus.

#### Can a function have 2 limits?

**Does Wolfram Alpha work with calculus?**

With the ability to answer questions from single and multivariable calculus, Wolfram|Alpha is a great tool for computing limits, derivatives and integrals and their applications, including tangent lines, extrema, arc length and much more. Compute definite and indefinite integrals of functions.

## What is limit in multivariable calculus?

limx→cf(x)=L if, and only if,limx→c+f(x)=L andlimx→c−f(x)=L. That is, the limit is L if and only if f(x) approaches L when x approaches c from either direction, the left or the right. In the plane, there are infinite directions from which (x,y) might approach (x0,y0).

## How is Wolfram Alpha so smart?

Wolfram|Alpha uses natural language processing technology, part of the AI family, to provide students with an academic shortcut that is faster than a tutor, more reliable than copying off of friends, and much easier than figuring out a solution yourself.

**How reliable is Wolfram Alpha?**

When you need an exact answer, Wolfram Alpha is efficient, accurate, and reliable –- as long as the answer can be found in one of its databases and the question is asked correctly.

### Is multivariable calculus Calc 2?

Hence Calculus 1 and 2 are, respectively, “Single Variable Calculus” and “Multivariable Calculus”.

### What are the two types of limits?

One-Sided Limits: General Definition One-sided limits are differentiated as right-hand limits (when the limit approaches from the right) and left-hand limits (when the limit approaches from the left) whereas ordinary limits are sometimes referred to as two-sided limits.

**Can you do limits in Desmos?**

Does Desmos do limits? You can graph a limit, like the difference quotient as h->0, where h is a slider.

#### Do engineers use Wolfram Alpha?

Engineering encompasses many fields and disciplines, ranging from mechanical and structural to chemical and aerospace. Wolfram|Alpha allows you to explore various facets of engineering, including computing formulas and constants for electricity, materials science, aerodynamics and more.