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√ √

x−1− 3

1. Compute the following limit: lim

x→4 x−4

√ √

x+9− 7

2. Compute the following limit: lim

x→−2 x+2

√ √

x+7− 5

3. Compute the following limit: lim

x→−2 x+2

√ √

x−3− 1

4. Compute the following limit: lim

x→4 x−4

√ √

x+7− 2

5. Compute the following limit: lim

x→−5 x+5

√ √

x + 7 − 11

6. Compute the following limit: lim

x→4 x−4

√ √

x + 13 − 10

7. Compute the following limit: lim

x→−3 x+3

√ √

x+8− 5

8. Compute the following limit: lim

x→−3 x+3

√ √

x + 15 − 15

9. Compute the following limit: lim

x→0 x−0

√ √

x+9− 8

10. Compute the following limit: lim

x→−1 x+1

8

10. 2√1

2 15 2 5 2 10 2 11 2 2 2 1 2 5 2 7 3

√1 9. √

1

8. √1 7. √1 6. √

1

5. √

1

4. √

1

3. √

1

2. 1. 2√

1

Answers:

c 2009 La Citadelle 1 of 5 www.la-citadelle.com

CALCULUS Limits (IV)

Solutions:

√ √

x−1− 3

1. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→4 x−4

√ √ √ √

x−1− 3 x−1+ 3 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→4 x−4 x−1+ 3

(x − 1) − 3

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→4 (x − 4)( x − 1 + 3)

x−4

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→4 (x − 4)( x − 1 + 3)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→4 x−1+ 3

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

4−1+ 3

1

= √

2 3

√ √

x+9− 7

2. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→−2 x+2

√ √ √ √

x+9− 7 x+9+ 7 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→−2 x+2 x+9+ 7

(x + 9) − 7

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→−2 (x + 2)( x + 9 + 7)

x+2

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→−2 (x + 2)( x + 9 + 7)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→−2 x+9+ 7

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

−2 + 9 + 7

1

= √

2 7

√ √

x+7− 5

3. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→−2 x+2

√ √ √ √

x+7− 5 x+7+ 5 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→−2 x+2 x+7+ 5

(x + 7) − 5

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→−2 (x + 2)( x + 7 + 5)

x+2

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→−2 (x + 2)( x + 7 + 5)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→−2 x+7+ 5

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

−2 + 7 + 5

c 2009 La Citadelle 2 of 5 www.la-citadelle.com

CALCULUS Limits (IV)

1

= √

2 5

√ √

x−3− 1

4. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→4 x−4

√ √ √ √

x−3− 1 x−3+ 1 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→4 x−4 x−3+ 1

(x − 3) − 1

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→4 (x − 4)( x − 3 + 1)

x−4

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→4 (x − 4)( x − 3 + 1)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→4x−3+ 1

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

4−3+ 1

1

= √

2 1

√ √

x+7− 2

5. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→−5 x+5

√ √ √ √

x+7− 2 x+7+ 2 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→−5 x+5 x+7+ 2

(x + 7) − 2

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→−5 (x + 5)( x + 7 + 2)

x+5

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→−5 (x + 5)( x + 7 + 2)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→−5 x+7+ 2

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

−5 + 7 + 2

1

= √

2 2

√ √

x + 7 − 11

6. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→4 x−4

√ √ √ √

x + 7 − 11 x + 7 + 11 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→4 x−4 x + 7 + 11

(x + 7) − 11

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→4 (x − 4)( x + 7 + 11)

x−4

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→4 (x − 4)( x + 7 + 11)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→4 x + 7 + 11

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

4 + 7 + 11

c 2009 La Citadelle 3 of 5 www.la-citadelle.com

CALCULUS Limits (IV)

1

= √

2 11

√ √

x + 13 − 10

7. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→−3 x+3

√ √ √ √

x + 13 − 10 x + 13 + 10 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→−3 x+3 x + 13 + 10

(x + 13) − 10

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→−3 (x + 3)( x + 13 + 10)

x+3

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→−3 (x + 3)( x + 13 + 10)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→−3 x + 13 + 10

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

−3 + 13 + 10

1

= √

2 10

√ √

x+8− 5

8. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→−3 x+3

√ √ √ √

x+8− 5 x+8+ 5 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→−3 x+3 x+8+ 5

(x + 8) − 5

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→−3 (x + 3)( x + 8 + 5)

x+3

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→−3 (x + 3)( x + 8 + 5)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→−3 x+8+ 5

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

−3 + 8 + 5

1

= √

2 5

√ √

x + 15 − 15

9. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→0 x−0

√ √ √ √

x + 15 − 15 x + 15 + 15 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→0 x−0 x + 15 + 15

(x + 15) − 15

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→0 (x − 0)( x + 15 + 15)

x−0

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→0 (x − 0)( x + 15 + 15)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→0 x + 15 + 15

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

0 + 15 + 15

c 2009 La Citadelle 4 of 5 www.la-citadelle.com

CALCULUS Limits (IV)

1

= √

2 15

√ √

x+9− 8

10. lim I Multiply by the conjugate radical:

x→−1 x+1

√ √ √ √

x+9− 8 x+9+ 8 √

= lim ×√ √ I Use: (a − b)(a + b) = a2 − b2 and ( a)2 = a

x→−1 x+1 x+9+ 8

(x + 9) − 8

= lim √ p I Remove brackets and simplify:

x→−1 (x + 1)( x + 9 + 8)

x+1

= lim √ p I Simplify the common factor:

x→−1 (x + 1)( x + 9 + 8)

1

= lim √ √ I Use substitution to compute the limit:

x→−1 x+9+ 8

1

=√ √ I Simplify:

−1 + 9 + 8

1

= √

2 8

c 2009 La Citadelle 5 of 5 www.la-citadelle.com

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