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Unformatted text preview: ◦ g )( x )h ( x ) g ( x )] is: (A) 1 2 . (B) 2. (C)1 2 . (D)2. (E) 1. 8) lim x → 3 sin x 22 cos x = (A) 3 2 . (B) 2 3 . (C)3 2 . (D)2 3 . (E) does not exist. 9) lim t → 3 b 1 t 23 t2 t 29 B = (A) 0. (B)1 9 . (C)1 18 . (D) 1. (E) 1 3 . 10) Let a n = 0 be a constant. Then the value of lim x → 3 ax csc( ax ) x + a 2 is: (A) a 3 . (B) 3 a 2 . (C) 2 a . (D) a 2 6 . (E) 6 a 2 . 11) lim x → √ x + 11 x = (A)1 (B) 1. (C) 1 2 . (D)1 2 . (E) does not exist. 12) Suppose that lim x → cf ( x ) and lim x → c + f ( x ) both exist but are unequal. Which of the following statements best describes the graph of f ( x ) at c . (A) It has an asymptote at x = c . (B) It is connected at x = c . (C) It is disconnected at x = c . (D) It is undeFned at x = c ....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course M 408c taught by Professor Mcadam during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.
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