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Homework Help: Calculus: limits

Posted by Kay on Thursday, October 15, 2009 at 8:26pm.

Evaluate the limit at t --> 25: [25 - t] / [5 - √(t)]

I multiplied it by √(x + 3) to get rid of the square root on the bottom. However, once I'm done distributing it out, I'm not sure I'm doing it right.

I get [x√(x+3) + 2x - 2] / [x + 5]

Once I plug in 25 for t, I get really big numbers and I end up getting an off number that is not correct (like 25√28 + 48 / 30)

Can someone please help?

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