Lim of x->25 coming from the left (square root of x )- 5/(x-25)
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Originally Posted by DeeEmEm Lim of x->25 coming from the left (square root of x )- 5/(x-25) Substitute : . Your job is to calculate the limit of this as t approaches 5.
Originally Posted by DeeEmEm Lim of x->25 coming from the left (square root of x )- 5/(x-25) If I were you I would seriously reconsider my use of brackets here. MrF has made a guess at what is meant, but you really really don't want to have to rely on his/our psychic abilities. CB
Re brackets: (sqrt x)- 5/(x- 25) would normally be intepreted (by myself, anyway) as . By the way, while mr. fantastic's " " substitution is probably simplest you could also think of as a "difference of squares", so the problem becomes
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