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Evaluate
1. Lim x➡ 0 : ( 4^x + 3^x - 2)/ 4x
2. ^_+Lim x➡ infinite: (1+1\x)^2

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  1. if you're going to just dump your homework, at least use a consistent name...

    Lots of problems, no evident effort displayed on your part.

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