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Chapter 13.2, Problem 9E

Textbook Problem

**Using Limit Laws** Evaluate the limit and justify each step by indicating the appropriate Limit Law(s).

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Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus (Standalone Book)

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(b)...Ch. 13 - To evaluate the limit of a function, we often need...Ch. 13 - (a) Explain what it means to...Ch. 13 - (a) Define the derivative f(a) of a function f at...Ch. 13 - (a) Give two different interpretations of the...Ch. 13 - (a) Explain what is meant by limx f(x) = L. 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(b) Find...Ch. 13 - Evaluating Derivatives (a) Find f(a). (b) Find...Ch. 13 - Evaluating Derivatives (a) Find f(a). (b) Find...Ch. 13 - Evaluating Derivatives (a) Find f(a). (b) Find...Ch. 13 - Equation of a Tangent Line Find an equation of the...Ch. 13 - Equation of a Tangent Line Find an equation of the...Ch. 13 - Equation of a Tangent Line Find an equation of the...Ch. 13 - Equation of a Tangent Line Find an equation of the...Ch. 13 - Equation of a Tangent Line Find an equation of the...Ch. 13 - Equation of a Tangent Line Find an equation of the...Ch. 13 - Velocity of a Dropped Stone A stone is dropped...Ch. 13 - Instantaneous Rate of Change If a gas is confined...Ch. 13 - Limit of a Sequence If the sequence is convergent,...Ch. 13 - Limit of a Sequence If the sequence is convergent,...Ch. 13 - Limit of a Sequence If the sequence is convergent,...Ch. 13 - Limit of a Sequence If the sequence is convergent,...Ch. 13 - Limit of a Sequence If the sequence is convergent,...Ch. 13 - Limit of a Sequence If the sequence is convergent,...Ch. 13 - Estimating Areas Using Rectangles Approximate the...Ch. 13 - Estimating Areas Using Rectangles Approximate the...Ch. 13 - Area Under a Curve Use the limit definition of...Ch. 13 - Area Under a Curve Use the limit definition of...Ch. 13 - Area Under a Curve Use the limit definition of...Ch. 13 - Area Under a Curve Use the limit definition of...Ch. 13 - (a) Use a table of values to estimate the...Ch. 13 - For the piecewise-defined function f whose graph...Ch. 13 - Evaluate the limit if it exists. (a) limx2x2+2x8x2...Ch. 13 - Let f(x) = x2 2x. Find: (a) f(x) (b) f(1), f(1),...Ch. 13 - Find the equation of the line tangent to the graph...Ch. 13 - Find the limit of the sequence. (a) an=nn2+4 (b)...Ch. 13 - The region sketched in the figure in the margin...Ch. 13 - Work Done by a Winch A motorized winch is being...Ch. 13 - Work Done by a Spring Hookes law states that when...Ch. 13 - Force of Water As any diver knows, an object...Ch. 13 - Distance Traveled by a Car Since distance = speed ...Ch. 13 - Heating Capacity If the outdoor temperature...

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