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Problem 3: Evaluate the following limits, or give a short reason why they do not exist.
(You may use any results from class or homework.)
x3 1
x2-2x
b) lim
x2 6x
a) lim
16
(x-3) sin(3x - 9)
2x2-12 18
1- cos x
d) lim
x-+3
c) lim
+0
sin x
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Problem 3: Evaluate the following limits, or give a short reason why they do not exist. (You may use any results from class or homework.) x3 1 x2-2x b) lim x2 6x a) lim 16 (x-3) sin(3x - 9) 2x2-12 18 1- cos x d) lim x-+3 c) lim +0 sin x

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Step 1

a) To evaluate:

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lim x3xx1 Let f(x) x1

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Step 2

Now plug the limit  x = 3 in f (x).

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33 -1 3231 26 13 =2 Answer =2 lim 2 x3

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b) To evalu...

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x2 2x lim 2 x* + 6х —16 х—2 x2 2x Let f(x) х* + 6х —16

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