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### We can apply L'Hopital's rule, also commonly spelled L'Hospital's rule, whenever direct substitution of a limit yields an indeterminate form. This means that the limit of a quotient of functions (i.e., an algebraic fraction) is equal to the limit of their derivatives.

In this question, we have to find value of .

## The correct answer is:

**f(x) gets closer than that distance to l and stays closer as x increases**. f(x) =

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