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Textbook Problem

# In Problems 1 -6, a graph of y   =   f ( x ) is shown and a c-value is given. For each problem, use the graph to find the following, whenever they exist.(a) lim x → c f ( x ) and (b) f ( c ) c = 20 (a)

To determine

The value of limxcf(x) by the use of the graph, Explanation

Given Information:

The value of c is 20. The graph of y=f(x) is,

Explanation:

Consider the provided graph,

The value of c is equal to 20.

The limit from the left is represented by limx20f(x) and the limit from the right is represented by limx20+f(x). The limxcf(x) will exist at c=20 when the limit from the left, that is, the values of f(c) but c<20, is equal to the limit from the right, that is, the values of f(c) but c>20

(b)

To determine

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