# Calculus

Use algebra to evaluate the limit of lim h->0 (2-h)^3-8/h.

Is the answer -12

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1. Yes, -12. I cheated and graphed it.

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posted by bobpursley
2. 8/h -> infinity as h -> 0, so I don't see how the above expression can tend to anything other than minus infinity.

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