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Topic: Help with limit problem?
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lloyd

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Re: Help with limit problem?
Posted: Sep 14, 2007 11:49 AM
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ooo <x@x.invalid> wrote:

>This is why your algebra/trig needs to be solid prior to Calc.
>As Arturo said, you need to know how to divide each of


Understood

I had forgotten how to do polynomial long division but
looked it up on Google and solved the problem

Comes out that the limits is 4/3

Again THANKS guys for your help!!



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