How do you find the limit of 5/(x-2) as x approaches 2?

Sep 25, 2016

negative infinity

Explanation:

In the graph below, we see the equation of $y = \frac{5}{x - 2}$.

As x is approaching 2, the graph continues on towards negative infinity.

Therefore, the limit of $\frac{5}{x - 2}$ as x approaches 2 = negative inifinity.
graph{(5)/(x-2) [-41.1, 41.03, -20.4, 20.72]}