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(a) x=-3⇒x<-1⇒f(x)=1/x²=1/9, so the limit is f(x)→1/9.

(b) x=5⇒x>2⇒f(x)=-1/(x-2)²=-1/9, making the limit f(x)→-1/9.

(c) x=1.5⇒1<x≤2⇒f(x)=x+1=2.5, making the limit f(x)→2.5.

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