Question
cos(r + h) + 1
The limit lim
h→0
is the derivative of some function f(x) evaluated at x = a. Find the function f(x) and the value of a.
h
a. f(x) =
help (formulas)
%D
b. a =
help (numbers)

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cos(r + h) + 1 The limit lim h→0 is the derivative of some function f(x) evaluated at x = a. Find the function f(x) and the value of a. h a. f(x) = help (formulas) %D b. a = help (numbers)

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