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5th Six Weeks Assignment
example calculating limits using algebra
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Example: Sample Examination 2 (Question 2)
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When the xvalue (3) is plugged into the original equation, there is a zero in the denominator. However when the numerator is factored
the (x3) in the numerator can cancel out the (x3) in the denominator. leaving only
When the xvalue of 3 is plugged into this equation the answer is 0.
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Answer: 0
When the xvalue (3) is plugged into the original equation, there is a zero in the denominator. However when the numerator is factored
the (x3) in the numerator can cancel out the (x3) in the denominator. leaving only
When the xvalue of 3 is plugged into this equation the answer is 0.