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    \[\lim_{x \rightarrow 2} \frac{ x^2-4 }{ \sqrt{x-2} }\]

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    without making the squareroot into an exponent how would i solve ?

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    what about rationalizing the denominator

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    can you please explain that to me? i honestly don't see it

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    the square root is complicating it for me

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    |dw:1350435858610:dw|

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    but the exponential form is the best way to do it

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    ohh we cant do that .. i did that too but my teacher said that since they are not binomials we cannot multiply by the conjugates

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    not quite right

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    rationalize the denominator in this case means multiply top and bottom by \[\sqrt{x-2}\]

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    your denominator will be \(x-2\) which will cancel with on of the factors in the numerator

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    so what i steh answer

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    i dont get it, why would you multiply top ad bottom by the square root ?

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    ohh because it's the denominator ?

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    yup

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    to cancel the square root

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