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Textbook Problem

True or False:

If h(x) = g(x) for all xa and lim x a h ( x ) = L , then lim x a g ( x ) = L .

To determine

Whether the statement “If h(x)=g(x) for all xa and limxah(x)=L, then limxag(x)=L” is true or false.

Explanation

Given that h(x)=g(x).

Apply limits on both sides of the equation h(x)=g(x).

That is, limxah(x)=limxag(x).

Given that limxah(x)=L.

Hence, limxag(x)=L

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