anonymous
  • anonymous
When proving that the lim as x approaches -3 of (2x-5) = -1 with the delta epsilon definition, do I just say at the end let delta = epsilon/2 or do I also have to do some retrograde steps to prove that assumption? Show me how if so
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the limit does equal -1 as x approaches -3. i think it should be -11?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I wasn't asking for the answer, only that if I should do some steps to prove that \[\delta=\epsilon/2\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
i know... but with something that big, you can pick any pratically any delta...

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