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```							hello feba, this is an ez ques.M= lim (√(x-2)+√x-√2)/√(x^2-4)= lim (√(x-2)+√x-√2)/√(x – 2)√(x+2)= [1/√(2+2)]*lim (√(x-2)+√x-√2)/√(x – 2)= ½ *lim (√(x-2)+√x-√2)/√(x – 2)= ½ *(lim 1 + (√x-√2)/√(x – 2))= ½ *[1+lim(√x-√2)/√(x – 2))]now to find L= lim(√x-√2)/√(x – 2)), multiply and divide by √x + √2 we getL= lim (x – 2)/[√(x – 2)(√x + √2)]= lim √(x – 2)/(√x + √2)= 0 at x tending to 2.hence, M= ½ = 0.5kindly approve :)
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