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Consider limx-4 f(x), where f(x) 14x+ 9.Find a maximum value of 6 such that:If(x) 65< 0.006 if |x 41<(Use decimal notation. Give your answer to six decimal places.)

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Consider limx-4 f(x), where f(x) 14x+ 9.
Find a maximum value of 6 such that:
If(x) 65< 0.006 if |x 41<
(Use decimal notation. Give your answer to six decimal places.)
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Consider limx-4 f(x), where f(x) 14x+ 9. Find a maximum value of 6 such that: If(x) 65< 0.006 if |x 41< (Use decimal notation. Give your answer to six decimal places.)

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Plug f(x)=14x+9 in the given i...

If (x)-651<0.006
Or, 14x+9-651<0.006
Or, 14x-56<0.006
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If (x)-651<0.006 Or, 14x+9-651<0.006 Or, 14x-56<0.006

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