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posted by Rachel .
Hey, we covered limits at the beginning of the year, but I cannot remember how to do them at all.
>>>what is the limit, as x approaches 2, of ((1/x )(1/2))/(x2)?
Please go step by step!

f= (1/x.5)/(x2)
as x>>2, (1/2=1/2)/(22) so it is of the form 0/0, so use LHopitals rule
as x>>2= (1/x^2)/(1)= 1/4 / 1= 1/4
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