Prove limit using Epsilon Delta Defn
lim [(x-1)(x+3)]/(x-2) =0 as x->1

Prove limit using Epsilon Delta Defn
lim [(x-1)(x+3)]/(x-2) =0 as x->1

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I know \[\left| f(x)-L \right|<\epsilon \] and \[\left| x-1 \right| <\]

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