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CalculusQ&A Library* PROBLEM2Using the limit process discussed in section 2.1 of the textbook, find the derivative of the functionx+1h(x)x2-1Note: The instruction is very specific: Using the limit process discussed in section 2.1 of thetextbook. If you use any other method, you will receive no credit. Show all steps of your solution.Question

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Please use limit process

***Using only Constant, power, constant multiple, sum & difference, & rate of change rules (sec. 2.2 rules only) please. No chain rule. Please explain work, thank you!

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Given function,

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Using the limit process to find the...

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