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tell me the question please
\[\lim_{x \rightarrow 8} \frac{ (x^\frac{ 2 }{ 3 } - 4) }{ (x^\frac{ 1 }{ 3 } - 2) }\]
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attach it with what? @sudharsa
http://gyazo.com/9e646627ecf766a91ef117db60d3c64d
Hint: factor the numerator.
how do we factor it? what do we take out?
The numerator has the form \(a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b)\).
dvide numerator and denominator by x^1/3 yeah
You don't have to divide, @sudharsa.
ok ur also goog idea that mke it simple
across is good then answer is simple yeah
but what is sqrt(x^2/3)
if x= 8 then cubic root of it will be 2 then proceed yeah
@across I don't understand how to factor the numberator..
If you let \(u=x^{1/3}\), then your numerator will become \(u^2-4\). Can you factor that?
its x^(2/3), but nonetheless, (u+2)(u-2)
You have to let \(u=x^{1/3}\) because then \(u^2=x^{2/3}\)... now re-substitute and solve your exercise.
okay thank you.

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