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Asked Feb 5, 2020
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Let
3 – x + 3 if x +
f(x) =
2x + 11
Calculate the following limits. Enter
"DNE" if the limit does not exist.
if x =
f(x) =
lim
Enter a mathematical expression
[more.]
x → – 4-
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f(x)
lim
x → – 4+
Preview
f(x)
lim
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f( – 4)
Preview
syntax error
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Let 3 – x + 3 if x + f(x) = 2x + 11 Calculate the following limits. Enter "DNE" if the limit does not exist. if x = f(x) = lim Enter a mathematical expression [more.] x → – 4- Preview f(x) lim x → – 4+ Preview f(x) lim Preview f( – 4) Preview syntax error

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