# What is the limit of #(sqrt(x+5) - 3)/(x - 4)# as x approaches 4?

Therefore,

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Using the L'Hospital Rule,

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The limit of (sqrt(x+5) - 3)/(x - 4) as x approaches 4 is 1/6.

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