Posted by **MW** on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 at 8:32pm.

lim x approaches 0

[1/x *((1/(sqrt(1+x))-1)]

It will be easier to understand if you write it out..

How would I algebraically do this? (The answer is -1/2)

Help please?

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