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■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 2 Limits and Continuity CONCEPTS AND SKILLS In this chapter, you will review general properties of ...
for the right-hand limit of f at c (as x approaches c through values greater than c). Example 1 __ The greatest ...
(a) (b) (c) (d) Determine whether limits of f, if any, exist at (a) x = −2, (b) x = 0, (c) x = 2, (d) x ...
Prove that . SOLUTION: The graph of |x| is shown in Figure N2–3. We examine both left- and right-hand limi ...
Example 4 __ Describe the behavior of f (x) = near x = 0 using limits. SOLUTION: The graph (Figu ...
Figure N2–5 NOTE: Using +∞ or −∞ to indicate a limit is describing the behavior of the function an ...
(a) (b) Figure N2–6 Definition The theorems that follow in §C of this chapter confirm the conjectures made about ...
(c) (d) h(x) = −5x^3 + 3 x^2 −4π + 8 SOLUTION:. k(x) = π − 0.001x SOLUTION:. It’s easy to write r ...
The line x = a is a vertical asymptote of the graph of y = f (x) if one or more of the following ...
C. THEOREMS ON LIMITS If lim f (x) and lim g(x) are finite numbers, then: (1) lim kf (x) = k lim f (x ...
Example 10 __ Example 11 __ Example 12 __ since, by the definition of in §A, x must be different from 3 ...
. As x → 0, the numerator approaches 1 while the denominator approaches 0; the limit does not exist. Examp ...
Example 19 __ Example 20 __ The Rational Function Theorem We see from Examples 18, 19, and 20 that: if the d ...
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