Limit Math
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Evaluate lim x→∞
2x/(√(x^2+3)4)
in words 2x divide by(root(xsq +3) 4)

limit is the same for
2/(x/√(x^2+3)) = 2√(x^2+3)/x = 2x/x = 2
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