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lim 4-x x-->3

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To find the limit of \lim_{{x \to 3}} (4-x) , we can simply substitute x = 3 into the expression 4-x .

Substitute x = 3 :

4 - 3 = 1

Therefore, the limit is:

\boxed{1}

Substitute

Therefore, the limit is:

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