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The following limit is the derivative of a composite function h at some point x=a. lim x approaches 9 ((x^2-80)^9-1)/(x-9) Find a composite function h and the value of a. Solving the limit is easy enough, but I'm having difficulty with the process for finding the composite function h and the value of a.

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  1. NotTim
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    calc?

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    wats a composite function?

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  3. InfantryNCO
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    Yes, this is calculus.

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    wats composite function?

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    |dw:1348974655279:dw| that's what i remember, may be faulty

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    also, funny name. non commissioned officier?

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    That's the model to solve the limit. No problem with that part of the question. I'm having difficulty with the process of finding the composite function that this limit was derived from. Yes, means non-commissioned officer.

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    F(a)=(x-9) So we can assume x=9 right? OR is it x=-9

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