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how do i solve for lim ^+ and ^- ? *attached*

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    can someone help pls

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    Ok, so imagine that x is a number just infinitesimally smaller than 7/8. What would you have in the numerator? What would you have in the denominator? This is the limit as x approaches 7/8 from the left (-). Now imagine x is a number infinitesimally larger than 7/8. Again, what is the numerator, what is the denominator? This is the limit as you approach 7/8 from the right(+)

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