# How do you find the limit of #x^2# as x approaches #3^+#?

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this is a simple limit problem where you can just plug in the 3 and evaluate. This type of function (

to evaluate:

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to visually see the answer, please see the graph below, as x approaches 3 from the right (positive side), it will reach the point (3,9) thus our limit of 9.

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To find the limit of x^2 as x approaches 3^+, we substitute the value of x into the function. In this case, as x approaches 3 from the right side, we substitute x = 3 into the function x^2. Evaluating this, we get the limit as 9.

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