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lo eTTIoprvars ruc,
-too 42 3r
(c) Use the substitution rule to show that lim0 f(x) = lim^0+ f() and use this to compute
V1+x2
lim
(You may not use L'Hôpital's rule)
3r -4
-(-2) (3r -2).
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Transcribed Image Text:lo eTTIoprvars ruc, -too 42 3r (c) Use the substitution rule to show that lim0 f(x) = lim^0+ f() and use this to compute V1+x2 lim (You may not use L'Hôpital's rule) 3r -4 -(-2) (3r -2).
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