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limx→2 x3−8/x2+x−6 someone answer this question.

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the question is to evaluate the limits.
here without use hopital rule u can analyz the numnator & den, az ths: (x-2) ( x^2+2x+4) / (x-2) (x+2) thn get out (x-2) thn supistetute x by 2 12/ 4 = 3 thts it :)
Ah, you're correct. My mistake. Thanks for your answer.

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sry have a simple mistake 12/5
this is my homework and your answer is right can you show how to solve the whole question.
ali.athar: ruba nahed's answer was the same as mine, but her process is more efficient, so I deleted my work for now. She showed her work above. She factors out (x-2) and cancels it. She then plugged in 2.
exactly chism thx
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