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I understand the basic

set up of the problem, but my answer of ε/(x+4) was not correct

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In formally proving that 1333 (m2 + at) = 12, let 5 > 0 be arbitrary. Choose 6 = min(% , 1). Determine m. Enter an inteer or decimal number more..

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dim ( n + " ) = 1 2
1-$3
for given E so , we need to find SS 0 such that
O L J X - 3 1 < 8 = 1( 2 2+2-12 ) ) LG
One approach is to just solve the inequality
1 n2+ 4x- 3X-121 = 1 x (1+4)-...

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