Limit Problem

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I guess I am having trouble understanding this problem. I don't even really know where to start, or what rules to use.

Find the Limit:

lim log10 (x2-5x+6)
x->3+
 
lim log (x2 - 5x +6)
x->3+

Put x = 3+h, where h>0 and limit of h as zero solving, we have

lim log (h2+h) = lim logh + lim log(h+1) = lim log h = (-infinity)
h->0 h->0 h>0 h->0
 

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