Asked Apr 8, 2019

Evaluate the following limit numerically, or show that it doesn't exist

lim ex)

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lim ex)


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Step 1

Here, we substitute h=x-2, as x approaces 2, then h approaches 0 , we substitute the x=h+2 in given function as shown on board.

Step 2

Now limit of sec(pi(h))=1 and limit of h=0 , as h a...


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