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posted by Anonymous .
Limit as x approaches 8 of
[(89x)^(1/3)]/[(x6)^3]
...I'm not quite sure how to approach this question. Help please?
thank you!

Let x = 8
Limit = (8  9*8)^(1/3) / (8  6)^3 =
1/2.
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