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Unable to evaluate the following limit
06-03-2020, 08:14 PM (This post was last modified: 06-04-2020 01:06 PM by victorvbc.)
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RE: Unable to evaluate the following limit
It's not about the expression itself, just that the calculator doesn't evaluate x*x<=0 to false, like it does with x^2<=0. Only if you simplify it.

Here's a screenshot to illustrate my point:


So my theory is the limit program doesn't have any problems with handling the inequality x*x<=0, but it can't handle the direct false from x^2<=0. That's why it throws the "Unable to handle when condition is false error".

Edit: The correct simplification, of course, should just be x^2<=0. Because if x is zero (or some imaginary number), the resulting expression is true.
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