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Unformatted text preview: Note: with examples b and c , you can numerically check your limits. With your calculators, check the limit you found in #16. (What is F(x)? What should the xvalues be to check? ) X F(x) Squeeze Theorem p. 114 Idea f ( x ) g ( x ) h ( x ) and the limit of f(x) and h(x) are L then the limit of g(x) is L Picture on the board: Examples a) lim x x cos x b) h/w #30 lim x + x e x sin( p x ) More examples: a) h/w #36 F ( x ) = x 2 1  x 1 b) h/w #38 f ( x ) = x [ x ]...
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