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1. if limit X approaches to 2 from the negative side then evaluate the equation X-10/X-2...

1. if limit X approaches to 2 from the negative side then evaluate the equation X-10/X-2

2. If limit X approaches to 3 from the positive site then evaluate the equation X-11/X-3

3.Evaluate the following equation if limit X approaches to infinity -11X^2+4X-4/8X-8

4. Evaluate the following equation if lim X approaches to negative infinity -3X^2-9X+9/9X-6

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