# How do you find the limit of # ((x/4)+3) # as x approaches #6#?

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To find the limit of ((x/4)+3) as x approaches 6, we substitute 6 into the expression: ((6/4)+3). Simplifying this gives us (3/2+3), which further simplifies to (3/2+6/2). Combining the fractions, we get (9/2). Therefore, the limit of ((x/4)+3) as x approaches 6 is 9/2.

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