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5. For the function f (c) find the limits and the value. (14 points)
f ()27 + 3, 2
c<2
(a) lim f(x)
(b) lim (a)
(c) f(2)
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Transcribed Image Text:5. For the function f (c) find the limits and the value. (14 points) f ()27 + 3, 2 c<2 (a) lim f(x) (b) lim (a) (c) f(2)
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