# epsilon delta definition of limit proof

$f(x,y)=\frac{xy^3}{x^2 + 4y^2}$,

$(x,y)$ not eaqual to $(0,0)$;

use $\epsilon-\delta$ definition to show that $f(x,y)$ tends to $(0,0)$.

I'm unsure how to deal with fractions for, $\epsilon-\delta$ proof... could applying the proof separately for numerator and denominator; then later combining them help?

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$\mathbb x^2 + 4y^2\geq 4xy$ applying AM $\geq$ GM then $f(x.y) \leq \frac{y^2}{4}$ from there you can get the $\epsilon-\delta$ proof