In this lesson on calculating limits in 1st semester calculus, Professor Perez shows how to find the limit by using the fact that the absolute value of x is equal to the square root of x squared. By simplifying and evaluating the expression, the final answer is negative square root of 5.
Calculating limits in 1st semester calculus
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