Convert expression to( x-2)^2 then take x-2 as t then apply power rule
Yaa I did the exact same thing... But I am getting a totally diff ans from that... If u r getting the ans plsss show
Yeah i too am getting weird answer .I took (x-1)^2 +3 as t and proceeded
I think there is some misprint as in the solution they have taken power as 3/2 instead of 3/4
@Sweety_Shah BTW which papers are that ?
Its a mistake in question as per solution and answer imo. Because if u take power as 3/2 u will get answer as k=1 only
@Mayank_Chowdhary , its motion test series
It's a previous year paper 2017 online
Ty...... Do u know how to do the 16 one as well?? @Tushar_Rathore
Limit as a Sum
@Sweety_Shah it's a jee 2013 question (paper 1) search it .
Ohkay ty @pratyaksh_tyagi