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i encountered a few ques which makes me baffle whn i stdy about infinite limit.. as we know limit x --->0+ it will be positive infinity and when x-->o- it will be negative infinity; first of all m i rite?then..a que which i encountered was lim x --->-8+ (2x/ x+8) hw cum i get negative infinity instead of positive infinity???it makes me so confuse..so could any1 plz rectify my mistakes for those theorem???please?! thanks alot 1st..

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