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lim x^(3)+x
x->2


Suppose x^(2)+1 is greater than equal to f(x) is greater than equal to 4x-3 for all x.

Compute
lim f(x)
x->2

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    since x^2+1 = 4x-3 at x=2, the limit is 5.

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