Limits can also be evaluated as 'x' approaches from more positive values (from the right). This is shown by a plus sign next to the constant in the limit statement.
lim x c + f(x)
In this example, we evaluate
lim x 0 + 1 x 2 - 1 x 3
Infinite Limits as X Approaches from Right
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