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    @MadisonEmery

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    sorry idk D":

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    me to lol

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    @MadisonEmery

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    XD

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    @iGreen

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    @mathmate @mathmath333

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    @mathlover2014 help them please

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    The purpose of this exercise is to help you spot the limit of the given expression as x->0. You can evaluate the expressions using a calculator and fill up the blanks, and then choose from the options. Another way is to look at the expression and evaluate the limit, compare with the right most number (limit) of each of the options. It's better to review your notes on how to evaluate limits before you attempt this question.

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    didnt help

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    |dw:1440609965344:dw|

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    XD

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    @MadisonEmery

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    yeha

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    XD

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    lol i was so bored

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    B

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    no direct awensers :D @MadisonEmery

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    ya

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    Hints: The first step in evaluating limits is to substitute the limiting value into the expression. If the value of the expression is a real number, then the value is the limit. If the value is \(\frac{0}{0} or \frac{\infty}{\infty}\) then you need other ways to evaluate it. So what do you propose as a first step?

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