Posted by **Andrew** on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 6:46pm.

(a) Find the number c such that the limit below exists.

Limit as x goes to -2 of: x^2+cx=c-3/x^2+2x

(b) Calculate the limit for the value of c in part (a).

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