# Calculus

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Use algebra to evaluate the limit of lim h->0 (2-h)^(3)-8/h.

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correct.

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Why is the answer -12, please? I'm seeing the difference between two terms, the first of which approaches (2^3)=8 as h tends to zero, and the second of which approaches infinity as h tends to zero.

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