# calculus

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The problem is lim --> 2 for g(x) which is 2((x-2/(squareroot x)-2)) I just substituted 2 in for x and 2((2-2)/(squareroot 2)-2) = 0 This doesn't look right. It seems like I'd need to try something different.

Can someone tell me if it's right or wrong? And if there's a different approach?

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