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For the given function f(x) and values of L, c, and ɛ >0 find the largest open interval about c on which the inequality |f(x) – L| <ɛ holds. Then determine the largest
value for 8 > 0 such that 0
</x- c| < 8→ [f(x) – L|<e.
L= 0.05,
f(x)
х
c=20,
e = 0.0025
The largest open interval about c on which the inequality |f(x) – L|<ɛ holds is
(Type your answer in interval notation. Round to four decimal places as needed.)
The largest value of 6 >0 such that 0< |x- c| <6→ [f(x) – L| < ɛ is
(Round to four decimal places as needed.)
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For the given function f(x) and values of L, c, and ɛ >0 find the largest open interval about c on which the inequality |f(x) – L| <ɛ holds. Then determine the largest value for 8 > 0 such that 0 </x- c| < 8→ [f(x) – L|<e. L= 0.05, f(x) х c=20, e = 0.0025 The largest open interval about c on which the inequality |f(x) – L|<ɛ holds is (Type your answer in interval notation. Round to four decimal places as needed.) The largest value of 6 >0 such that 0< |x- c| <6→ [f(x) – L| < ɛ is (Round to four decimal places as needed.)

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