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Ed

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Can anyone show why the Limit of this function is ...
Posted: Jan 21, 2002 9:26 PM
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Can anyone show with algebra why the limit of this function is 3.

Lim sqrt(x)- x^2
x -> 1 -----------
1 - sqrt(x)

Thanks again for any help )

Ed

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