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find the limit, if they exist.lim (x^2-x-6)^2/ x+2x-> -2


find the limit, if they exist.
lim (x^2-x-6)^2/ x+2
x-> -2

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Given a function in x as shown below, we need to find its limit value when x tends to -2.

If we substitute x = -2 in the given function in x w...


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