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Limits and Derivatives

Differentiate:

Y=x^2+4x(x^3/2)

NOTE:
x^2 =(squared)
x^3/2 =(x raised to the 3/2)

Determine whether the limit exist, If so compute the limit:

Lim (square root of x) minus 4 divided by x^3+18
x-->1

NOTE:
x^3 = x cubed

Find the Limit:

Lim
x--> 0 (1 divided by x^3 minus 1) +1

NOTE:

(1/x^3-1)+ 1

please show work I am pretty confused on this :)

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