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Need help with this!!

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  1. math456
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  2. math456
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    ANyone??

  3. phi
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    what does the limit say x--> ??

  4. myko
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    x-->2 i guess

  5. Tonks
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    4

  6. myko
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    since function g(x) is continuous, it's lim is equal to it's value at the point. So you can substitute g(x) for g(2)=6 in the expretion under lim sign. Same story for f(x)

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    Let's see, if g(2) = 6, then it becomes 3*f(2) + 6*f(2) = 36 combine like terms: 9*f(2) = 36 divide and...

  8. math456
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    its limit as x approaches to 2

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    so f(2)=36/9

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    which is 4!

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    thanks you all!! :)

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