Lim(x-->0) x/a[b/x] can be written as x/a(b/x-{b/x})(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

how can we write this as

lim(x-->0)

(b/x -b/a({b/x}/{b/x}))?

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# Limits and continuity

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