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Given that f(x)2-16x. Evaluate the limit: lim
fa) f(1)
a) O-14
b) O-12
c) O does not exist
d) -15
e) -13
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Transcribed Image Text:Given that f(x)2-16x. Evaluate the limit: lim fa) f(1) a) O-14 b) O-12 c) O does not exist d) -15 e) -13
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