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Is this the correct way of writing it?

$$\lim_{\substack{t \to 0^+ \\ \text{and } x \to 2^+}} \frac{x}{t}$$


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$$\lim_{(x,t)\to(2^+,0^+)}\frac{x}{t}$$ would be perfect

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