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    Limit f(x) (x to 1) and limit f(x) (x to -1), where f(x) =
    1/x-1 if x < -1
    x^2 + 2x if x is greater than or equal to -1

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    Solution. Since
    f(x)=1/x-1, when x<-1
    f(x)=x^2+2x, ...

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    This shows how to determine limits of functions.

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