MTH132-Quiz1

# MTH132-Quiz1 - lim 1 x f x = → lim x f x =-→ lim 1 x f...

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Name (Print Clearly): Student Number: MTH132 Section 1 & 12, Quiz 1 Jan 21, 2009 Instructor: Dr. W. Wu Instructions: Answer the following questions in the space provided. There is more than adequate space provided to answer each question. The total time allowed for this quiz is 15 minutes. 1 [2 pts each] . For the function f(x) graphed below, find the following limits or answer “DNE” if they do not exist.

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Unformatted text preview: ) ( lim 1 x f x = → ) ( lim x f x =-→ ) ( lim 1 x f x 2 [3 pts each] . Find the limits. (a) 2009 3 ) 2 ( lim +-→ x x (b) 25 5 lim 2 5--→ x x x OVER => (c) x x x x--→ 2 4 lim 2 4 3 [3 pts] . If x x f / 1 ) ( = , please evaluate the limit of the form h x f h x f h ) ( ) ( lim-+ → , when . 2 = x 4 [2 pts] . Please use the precise definition of limit to prove 2 1 3 lim 1 =-→ x x ....
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