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How do I put a limit in my TI-89 with it saying 'to few arguments'?

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Make sure you give it the appropriate number of arguments. The limit() function takes three or four arguments.

  1. The expression. For example, sin(x)/x
  2. The variable. For example, x
  3. The point at which the limit is to be taken. For example, 0
  4. (optional) The direction from which the limit is to be approached, negative for from the left, positive for from the right, 0 for both. Defaults to zero if not given.

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intead put:
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