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Let x=4+h where h is very small:

(3-√(9+h))/h=(3-√(9(1+h/9)))/h=

(3-3(1+h/9)^½)/h≃(3-3(1+h/18))/h=(3-3-h/6)/h=

-⅙.

When x=3, the expression becomes (45-24-13)/(9-5)=8/4=2. There is no anomaly because the divisor is not zero.

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