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needhelp07

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problem: find the derivative using the limit method y=square root of 4-x

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  1. needhelp07
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    \[\sqrt{4-x}\]

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    and show ur solution

  3. cwrw238
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    write the expression in the form (4 - x)^(1/2) limit as h --> 0 is (4+h - x)^1/2 - (4 - x)^1/2 ----------------------- h you'll need to use the binomial theorem to expand terms in the numerator

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