HW_2_3_mod

HW_2_3_mod - 4) Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it...

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Student Name: Sections 2.3 (Due: Tuesday, 09/04) Description : This homework will help you get familiar with the algebraic computation of limits: manipulating algebraically, examining left- and right- hand limits, using the limit laws to break complex functions into simple ones to analyze. It is also important to understand when the limits don't exist and when the limit laws do not apply. Show all work to get full credit. 1) Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE). 2) Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE). 3) Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE.)
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Unformatted text preview: 4) Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE). 5) Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE.) 6) Evaluate the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE). 7) Consider the relationship involving f ( x ). 4 x- 1 f ( x ) x 2- 4 x + 15 for x 0 Find the following limit. Student Name: 8) Find the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE.) 9) Find the limit, if it exists. (If it does not exist, enter NONE.) 10) Consider the function below. Use it to evaluate each of the following expressions. (If an expression does not exist, enter NONE.)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2011 for the course MAC 2311 taught by Professor Noohi during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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