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    Not sure but I'm wondering if you have to individually get the limit of each function separately and then plug them in into the equation you are asked for. For example you would add the two limits for the first one

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    how?

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    for a it says the limit of the function as you approach 1 from the left side.

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    for f(x) that would be 3 for g(x) that would be 5 so wouldn't it be 3+5 for a)

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    \[a) \lim_{x \rightarrow 1^{-}}\]

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    \[1^{-}\]write equation than plug x= 1(negative)?

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    no that means the limit of x approaches 1 from the left side, Negative means left Positive means right there's a jump discontinuity in x=1 so you will have two values. One different values that you approach from the left and one different from you approach from the right.

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    ok,tk

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    This is for a) I run through the line starting from the left side and stop when x=1 whatever value i get is the limit for x=1 as it approaches from the left side

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    Can I get some feedback @Callisto

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    ok

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    Understand?

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    b,c and d I able do my own,TK

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    yes I Understand

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    i did feedback

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    1) 5 + 3

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    2) 4 + 2* 1

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    do you get the pattern?

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    no

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    lim x->1- f(x) + g(x) = (lim x->1- f(x)) + (lim x->1- g(x))

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    lim x->1+ f(x) + g(x) = (lim x->1+ f(x)) + (lim x->1+ g(x))

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    tk

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    I try give you a medal, but don' let me do it

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    no probs ... can you do the other problem? lim x->1+ f(x) * g(x) = (lim x->1+ f(x)) * (lim x->1+ g(x))

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    c) 3*5=15?

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    yep ..

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    TK,I have to go

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    seeya

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