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"Find the limit, if it exists"

Limit (as x approaches 2): $\displaystyle (x^2 - x +6)/(x-2)$

I used the quadratic formula to try to find values for the numerator, but one ends up with 1 plus or minus the square root of -23 divided by two. Obviously, negative numbers don't have real square roots, so is it safe to say there is no limit to this equation? Thanks...