Calculus
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Find the indicated one sided limits of f.
f(x)= (x^2+8)/(x^225)
what is the limit as x goes to 5+(from the right side)?
What is the limit as x goes to 5+(from the right side?

Calculus 
Damon
if x = 4.99
f = 329
if x = 4.999
f = 3299
negative infinity
numerator > 33
denominator >  0 because x^2 always < 25
opposite for x>5 by a little
> + oo
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