Evaluate the limit bu using a change of variable.

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Evaluate the limit bu using a change of variable.

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Can someone help plz??
did you try x= y^2?

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This is what you have written above: \(\lim{\sqrt{x}-2}\) as \(x\rightarrow 4\sqrt{x^3}-8\); unfortunately, this doesn't make sense. (\(x\) can't approach something involving \(x\)). Could you re-check what you've written please?
yes I am sure this is what I have here
Then it's a typo. Is it from a book?
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Ohhh... now THAT makes sense! Thanks!
In what was posted above, somehow the division bar got lost.
try x = y^2 when x->4 y->2
then use the formula: \(\Large a^3 - b^3 = (a-b)(a^2+ab+b^2)\)
It falls out nicely using l'Hopital's rule; too bad they specified a particular method!
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