hw2 - lim h → √ 6 h 1-1 h 2 Find the following limit or...

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Math 2250 HW #2 Due 1:25 PM Friday, August 26 Reading: Strogatz “Take It to the Limit” ( http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/04/04/ take-it-to-the-limit/ ), Hass § 2.2,2.4-2.5. Problems: Do the assignment “HW2” on WebWork. In addition, write up solutions to the following three problems and hand in your solutions in class on Friday. 1. Find the following limit, or explain why the limit doesn’t exist:
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Unformatted text preview: lim h → √ 6 h + 1-1 h . 2. Find the following limit, or explain why the limit doesn’t exist: lim x → 16 √ x-4 x-16 . 3. Determine each of the following limits, or explain why they don’t exist. (a) lim x →-2 + 3( x + 3) | x + 2 | x + 2 (b) lim x →-2-3( x + 3) | x + 2 | x + 2 1...
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