Posted by **Raf** on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 1:54pm.

if lim f(x) = a^3

x->a

and if lim g(x) = a^2

x->a

calculate the following limit:

lim f(x)*(x-a)/(x^3-a^3)*g(x) =

x->a

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