-9-10-11F-120.5/4 points6.Previous AnswersLarCalc10 3.5.008.Use a qraphing utility to complete the table and estimate the limit as x approaches infinity. Then use agraphing utility to graph the function and estimate the limit graphically. (Round your answers to one decimal place.)x)9x2X 2X100101102103104105106F(x)lim f(x) = O0CO=X+-/4 points7.LarCalc10 3.1.007.Approximate the critical numbers of the function shown in the graph. Determine whether the function has a relative maximum, a relative minimum, an absolute maximum, an absolute minimum,answers as a comma separated list.)or none of these at each crity2

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LarCalc10 3.5.008.
Use a qraphing utility to complete the table and estimate the limit as x approaches infinity. Then use a
graphing utility to graph the function and estimate the limit graphically. (Round your answers to one decimal place.)
x)9x2
X 2
X
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
F(x)
lim f(x) = O0
CO=X
+-/4 points
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LarCalc10 3.1.007.
Approximate the critical numbers of the function shown in the graph. Determine whether the function has a relative maximum, a relative minimum, an absolute maximum, an absolute minimum,
answers as a comma separated list.)
or none of these at each crit
y
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-9 -10 -11F -12 0.5/4 points 6. Previous Answers LarCalc10 3.5.008. Use a qraphing utility to complete the table and estimate the limit as x approaches infinity. Then use a graphing utility to graph the function and estimate the limit graphically. (Round your answers to one decimal place.) x)9x2 X 2 X 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 F(x) lim f(x) = O0 CO=X +-/4 points 7. LarCalc10 3.1.007. Approximate the critical numbers of the function shown in the graph. Determine whether the function has a relative maximum, a relative minimum, an absolute maximum, an absolute minimum, answers as a comma separated list.) or none of these at each crit y 2

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9x2 f(x)

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|(1000 0,9 x 10) -1x10기 5x106 f(x) = x+2 (10000,9 x 10) (1,3x 100) 200000 500000 300000 700000 900000 400000 600000 800000 1000 00000 (10000, 8.998 x 10)

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100 10 X 10 102 10 105 105 3 75 882.4 8982 8999982 89982 899982

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