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How do you answer this? See drawing...

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    |dw:1328847128548:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    draw a graph? It's a piecewise fcn.

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    yeah

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    |dw:1328847347905:dw| assume the diagnol line goes to "4"

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    and that the horizontal line does not have a value of 4.

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    |dw:1328858305418:dw|

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    that is admittedly a much better drawing.

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    |dw:1328858426393:dw|

  9. anonymous
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    Can you solve it algebraically?

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    what is the question..

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    Find the limits...

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    and it is aproaching to?

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    you actually can. But the limit doesn't exist since the onesided limits are not equal.

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    actually it depents where you are aproaching to?

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    The function is not continuous. How can it have a limit?

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    well you could find the one sided limits. But the derivative would be impossible I guess/

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    let say limit->5

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    as x-> 4 from both sides?

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    so limit is 5 right

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    but I didnot see that..

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    Oh sorry I'll draw where it's appproaching

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    |dw:1328848074408:dw|

  23. anonymous
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    a) 9 b) no limit

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    Ok thanks so is that Does not exist? or 0?

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    doesnot exist..

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    sorry it's 4+ btw

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    then a)5

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