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Given lim f(z) = 4, lim g(z) = 0, and lim h (z) =-2, evaluate the limit:
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d) O2
e) O-2
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Transcribed Image Text:Given lim f(z) = 4, lim g(z) = 0, and lim h (z) =-2, evaluate the limit: h(x) lim a) 0 b) does not exist c) d) O2 e) O-2
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