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How do i find these limits? For example for number1, since there are 3 points at 2 would it be DNE? or since its coming from the right would it be -1 and i ignore the other point and curve?

2
1. lim f(x)-
x-2+
a.
b. 2
C.
d. 1
e. Does not exist.
2.
lin2 f(x)=
a.
b. 2
C.
d. 1
e. Does not exist.
3. lim f(x)-
x→0
a.
b. 2
c. O
d. 1
e. Does not exist.
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Transcribed Image Text:2 1. lim f(x)- x-2+ a. b. 2 C. d. 1 e. Does not exist. 2. lin2 f(x)= a. b. 2 C. d. 1 e. Does not exist. 3. lim f(x)- x→0 a. b. 2 c. O d. 1 e. Does not exist.
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