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Determine whether on not the following limit exists. If, so compute the limit.
lim x>3 of sqrtx  4 / x^3 +27
sqrt 3  4 / x^3 + 27 =
sqrt 3 4 / 54 Is this correct?
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Hannah

I think so but wondered if it meant
lim x > 3
and
sqrtx  4 /( x^3 +27)
posted by Damon

No its just 3
posted by Hannah
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