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limit of (x-1)^2(x+1) as x approaches 3

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is there any reason you just cant plug in 3?
^^ ya substitute 3 for x
i dont think. there's any steps i would have to show?

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do you mean this?
note: unless ding so makes you devide by zero, take a sqrt( a negative number ), or take a ln( negative number ), then you can plug in for x
you can show what ever step you would in algebra.
(3-1)^2 * (3+1) = 2^2 * 4 .....
\[\lim_{x \rightarrow 2}(x-1)^2(x+1)\]
sorry not 2 but 3
3 or 2? Not that it makes a dif here, just plug in for x
ahh ...
now if it where lim x->3 of 1/(3-x) then you could not just plug in for x because you would get 1/0
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find the indicated one-sided limit. if the limiting value is inifinte indicate whther is is \[+\infty or -\], \[\lim_{x \rightarrow 4} (3x-9)\]

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