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If f(x)= 1/3[f(x+1) + 5/f(x-2)], f(x)>0 for all x element of R and lim x tends to infinity f(x) exists finitely then lim x tends to infinity f(x) =

If f(x)= 1/3[f(x+1) + 5/f(x-2)], f(x)>0 for all x element of R and lim x tends to infinity f(x) exists finitely then lim x tends to infinity f(x) =

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