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    solve limit

    limit -infinity (sqrt(3 x^2-2 x+1)/(2 x+3
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    \frac{\sqrt{3x^2-2x+1}}{2x+3} =

    \frac{\sqrt{3x^2-2x+1}}{\sqrt{4x^2+12x+9}} =

    \frac{\sqrt{3-\frac{2}{x}+\frac{1}{x^2}}}{\sqrt{4+\frac{12}{x}+\  frac{9}{x^2}}}

    now take the limit as x \to \infty
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