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Cheaters never prosper. 13KeyClick + Refresh = You now have a very very negative score, sir.

This made me laugh, I'll admit.

lawls..... SIMPLICITY FTW

In logics, student wins.

If we apply your way of thinking, you actually got a "10" instead of a "0".

public school has no appreciation for right brainers

i actually laughed my ass off on this one....who new calc was that easy?

Stupid questions get stupid answers.

I actually didn't see it at first, but this one's genius xD

it says: "if the limit as x approaches 8 of 1 / (X  8) approaches infinity, then what does the limit as x approaches 5 of 1 / (X  5) approach?" Si = If Entonces = Then

that's got to be the best one i seen yet :)

THATS FXING SMART!

lmfaoo ahahha

depending on the funcion the top one is correct, the domain must not be 5 but when dealing witth irrational functions which mean's it's either a hole or non existand, but i phail to understand why you'd want to correct it because what matters is the 5 xDDDDDDD

To you stupid pisscunts saying that the limit doesn't exist, LOOK AT THE FIRST WORD ON THE PAGE. It says "IF" the limit = infinity, meaning you apply the limit approaching from the right, not the left.

The 0 the teacher gave is probably sideways as well.

YOU...SHALL NOT....PAAAASSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!

I see nothing wrong good job!

This was brilliant

Actually, the first limit doesn't tend to +inf. The left limit tends to inf and the right limit tends to +inf, so the limit is not defined. But this is funny anyways.

i know why... because he read the example by otherside of paper....hahaaha

should it have been in black ink? is that why its wrong?

but... the limit as x approaches 8 of 1/(x8) is undefined!

lim i/(X8) when x>8 is an indertermination...

the answer for the bottom is also infinity if the top is infinity. otherwise theyre undefined values

si= if entonces=then

The limit approached by the second equation would equal through to infinity, as well.

there to many number to get a chance to get this right

Genius

The first limit actually doesn't exist :P

that was so easy... infinite.. but the boy or girl was pretty smart hehe

hahahahabahhaahahahahahahahahaha that was so hilarious!!!!!! XDDDDDD

actually, the problem is incorrect, as the limit as x approaches 8 from the right is infinity. as it approaches 8 from the left, the limit is negative infinity. since this is not indicated, the student is technically correct (since the correct answer for both is actually "undefined" & last time I checked, so is a sideways 5!)

Retards don't know limits, the limit does not exist, so this is a teacher fail + fake

This is wrong. Should be negative infinity. Is funny, but yould be better if the math in the first example was done right.

So we're assuming that's a righthand limit, are we?

88 is the same as 55 the answer is the fucking same, infinity

8 is basically a sideways infinity. So xinfinity, is indeed infinity. Silly teachers.

oh christ on a cross wot a load of nobs do be commenting on this site. humourless nerds. oh, and the post is fkn funny, made me laff

luv it! lmao

Lol ITs in Spanish.

It wouldve been right if he turned the 5 around the other way.

This is fake, my teacher showed it to my class as a joke line 5 years ago

So, the student got a 10. Grats!

This is by far the funniest I've ever seen, lol.

Maybe the '5' was rotated the wrong way.

public school has no appreciation for right brainers

Mark = Infinite 10s

As you can see up the top..... YOLO :D

IT IS SO CLEAR NAO O_O

I love it! I actually lmfao (:

took me a while but... PERFECT answer:D

"the answer is negative infinity, not infinity...you fucking slum, low life idiots." Well, that would depend on the direction from which x is coming as it approaches the number.

Maybe it was supposed to be reasoning, not maths?!?!?

I dont get it

I don't get it. Oh yeah, I don't speak geek.

Classical! Oh, if Mr G. found this out he'll say: see me so we can discuss your method. 0. XDD

WIN!

lol, this is something I would do

LOL EPIC FAILZ

Great twisting!

thats fair coz the teacher gave it 10 marks.

niu B

The example they provided would have been right had they specified that to find the right hand limit but since the limit of the right is infinity and the limit on the left is negative infinity the real answer would be undefined.

mathematical reasoning.. we actually learn dat in skool..;p

The limit actually does not exist, unless it's as X approaches 8 from either the positive side (in which case it's infinity) or the negative side (in which case it's negative infinity). Can't blame the kid for getting a wrong answer on a question with a false premise.

Oh so the answer isn't a sideways number?

if the mark is written the same way as the 5 and the 8, he's got 10 points ! lol

umm i didnt get it :(

5 = True :3 Blv or Not

From the right and left lim of 1/0 does not exist. Firstly one nulth does not exist... Right side equal + infinity, and left side  infinity, left and right sided limits differs, so lim(x>8) for 1/(x8), does not have lim in 8, as well as lim(x>5) for 1/(x5). But I agree, perfect answer for incorrect question.


Just...what?

Made me laugh as do silly

Ironically the example one is also wrong because both limits don't exist because as both of them approach their respective numbers from lower numbers, the limit approches negative infinity. However, the limit approches positive infinity when both numbers approach their respective numbers from higher numbers. Since overall limits only exist if they're the same on both sides, the ansver to both are undefined.

This test is dumb. The limit of those functions do not exist. The limit from the left is negative infinity, and from the right it is positive infinity. The student is no more wrong than the teacher.

That person still did better than me at maths. lol

the answer is 3

abstract reasoning ?? HAHHAHA !! ur on the wrong exam :P L.O.L :D

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I would have done the same thing.

I'll admit it took me a while. But I laughed.
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