Calculus

Find the indicated limits.

Lim x-> 1- sqrt 1 - 1/ x-1

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  1. The solution cannot be deciphered without some grouping symbols to indicate what the problem is.

  2. Lim x approaching 1-

    (Square root 1-1)/( x-1)

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  3. it still is not clear. (sqrt 1 -1) is zero.

  4. Yes, I know. The book has the answer as 1/2. Maybe book is wrong.

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