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The example that the Marquis used in his book to illustrate L'hospital rule was to find the limit of the function y= { sqrt (2 a^3 x - x^4) - (a)sqrt[3]{(a^2)(x)} }/ (a) -sqrt[4]{(a)(x^3)} as x approaches a, where a > 0. (At that time it was common to write aa instead of a^2.) Solve this problem, your answer may depend upon a.

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    any help? x.x I just make a mess everytime I try to solve it and I get loss in A's and what not.

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