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Explain why it is not correct to say
but it is true that:
(r-l)Xx-2)
. Evaluate each of the limits below, or show why the limit does not exist.
c. lim
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Transcribed Image Text:Explain why it is not correct to say but it is true that: (r-l)Xx-2) . Evaluate each of the limits below, or show why the limit does not exist. c. lim
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