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Find the limit or state that it does not exist lim x->0 - f(x)

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  1. onegirl
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    @RadEn can u help me??

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    @supercrazy92 can u help?

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  3. RadEn
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    f(x) = ... ?

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  4. supercrazy92
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    nope:(

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  5. onegirl
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    ok thanks anyways

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    @RadEn umm yea it is telling me what is the limit in lim x->0- f(x) and if there is no limit to state that it doesnt exist

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    hmmm.. actually, the value of f(x) is given like f(x) = 3x, f(x) = x^2, or what ...

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  9. onegirl
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    yea but its not asking for a value its asking for its limit

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    here is the graph

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    @AravindG um can u help?

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  12. RadEn
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    looks it does not exist, because on the graph, the value of f(x) not consist at around x=0^- (for f(0) = -2, f(-1)=0, etc...) but im not sure too

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    okay thanks

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  14. Zarkon
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    the limit exists

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  15. onegirl
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    what is it then?

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  16. RadEn
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    why Zarkon, thank for confirm :)

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  17. Zarkon
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    you tell me

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    really ?

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  19. Zarkon
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    I'm not giving out answers

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    I will tell you if you are correct though

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  21. RadEn
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    yup, i see. but i need ur opinion, somethink rule i miss about this

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  22. Zarkon
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    what is the value of \(f\) getting close to as you let x get close to zero from the left

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  23. Zarkon
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    just follow along the graph

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    hmmm -2?

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  25. Zarkon
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    correct

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  26. onegirl
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    ok thanks :)

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  27. RadEn
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    yup, i just remember now.. just follow along the graph :) thank u @Zarkon for ur confirm, and im sorry @onegirl for my bad :(

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    its okay thank you all for your help!

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