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Section Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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Textbook Problem

In Exercises 35–48 the graph of f is given. Use the graph to compute the quantities asked for. [HINT: See Examples 4–5.]a. lim x → − 1 f ( x ) b. lim x → 0 + f ( x ) c. lim x → 0 − f ( x ) d. lim x → 0 f ( x ) e. f ( 0 ) f. f ( − 1 ) (a)

To determine

The value of limx1f(x) by the use of the graph which is as follows: Explanation

Given information:

The graph is as follows:

From the graph, to evaluate the limit for x tends to 1 for the function f(x).

For this, take a point on the graph to the left of x=1 and move right along the curve, so that the x-coordinate approaches 1. Then, it is noticed from the graph that the function f(x) approaches the open dot at the height of 1.

Similarly, take a point on the graph to the right of x=1 and when move along the curve to the left so that the x-coordinate approaches 1

(b)

To determine

The value of limx0+f(x) by the use of the graph which is as follows: (c)

To determine

The value of limx0f(x) by the use of the graph which is as follows: (d)

To determine

The value of limx0f(x) by the use of the graph which is as follows: (e)

To determine

The value of f(0) by the use of the graph which is as follows: (f)

To determine

The value of f(1) by the use of the graph which is as follows: Still sussing out bartleby?

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