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hi everyone....I need an answer for this limit question by friday(feb/04/2005)....ok the question is to find the limit as "x" approaches 1 for the equation...sqare root "x" subtract "x" sqared divide by 1 subtract sqare root "x".....sorry guys but i dont know how to use the codes yet...anyways....I used the calculator to find out that the limit is three but I am stuck in doing the algebra. I tried to rationalize both the denominator and the nemoritor and basically came up with (x-4)(1+sqaure root "x")/(1-x)(square root "x" +x^2)...I also multiplied them but couldnt cancel out anything....any help would be greatly appreaciated.

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