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**Problem Calculating a limit with a square root, i'm stuck :(**

## Homework Statement

The limit is equation 9-t / 3-sqrt(t) as t approaches 9

I'm stuck on the how to simplify this?

Thanks for any help.

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The limit is equation 9-t / 3-sqrt(t) as t approaches 9

I'm stuck on the how to simplify this?

Thanks for any help.

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rock.freak667

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Try multiplying by (3+√t)/(3+√t)

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I discovered that that is the conjugate and I came out with this:

27-6sqrt(t)-tsqrt(t)

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9-t

So in other words, that limit does not exist. Is that right?

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Mark44

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