In Exercises 49-62, find the indicated limit, if it exists.
The given expression is .
It is clearly seen from the given expression that both the numerator and denominator approaches to zero as x approaches to which means that the given expression is indeterminate form of type .
Factorize the given expression and cancel the common factors that makes it an indeterminate form.
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