# Select the second function in "Limits at Infinity", y(2x2 -x(3x2 -x+ 1)lim f(x)(a) With the default view 0 s xs10, estimate the value of LX co(b) Set e 0.06 and use the N-slider below the graph to find the smallest value for N so that the portion of the curve to the right of x = N is contained in the interval(L E, L+e)(c) Change the graph view to 0sxs 50. Is the curve to the right of x = N still contained in the interval (L - e, L + e)?YesNoShould you revise your estimate for the value of the limit?YesNo(d) Click Zoom in and expand the graph view to 0sx 500. Set the estimated limit value to 0.667 and e = 0.002. What is the smallest value of N that satisfies the limitdefinition?lim (2x2 - x/(3x2 - x + 1) using the techniques of Section 2.5X co(e) Compute the value of

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46 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseSelect the second function in "Limits at Infinity", y (2x2 -x(3x2 -x+ 1) lim f(x) (a) With the default view 0 s xs10, estimate the value of L X co (b) Set e 0.06 and use the N-slider below the graph to find the smallest value for N so that the portion of the curve to the right of x = N is contained in the interval (L E, L+e) (c) Change the graph view to 0sxs 50. Is the curve to the right of x = N still contained in the interval (L - e, L + e)? Yes No Should you revise your estimate for the value of the limit? Yes No (d) Click Zoom in and expand the graph view to 0sx 500. Set the estimated limit value to 0.667 and e = 0.002. What is the smallest value of N that satisfies the limit definition? lim (2x2 - x/(3x2 - x + 1) using the techniques of Section 2.5 X co (e) Compute the value of fullscreen
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