This is about limits of radical function
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The question is ambiguous. If the expression is 3√(x-1)/√(x-1), then the limit is 3 because the factor √(x-1) cancels out. In all other interpretations of the expression the limit is infinity.

Other interpretations: 3√(x-1)/(√x - 1), (3√x -1)/√(x-1), (3√x - 1)/(√x - 1).

answered Jul 6, 2017 by Rod Top Rated User (588,900 points)

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