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Urgent help needed pls help

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  1. u0860867
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    idk what to do

  3. Euler271
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    \[\lim_{x->0-} f(x)\] means the value of f(x) as x approaches 0 from the left side and \[\lim_{x->0-} f(x)\] , means from the right side. since it is a discontinuous function at x = 0, when x = -0.000000001 f(x) has a different value than when x = 0.0000000001. do you know what f(x) is when it approaches 0 from the right side?

  4. u0860867
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    @Euler271 so for this one the answer i zero right ???/ and i am not sure about f(x) from the right side

  5. Euler271
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    well what is f(x) = y for x = 0.000001?

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    0

  7. Euler271
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    it's 1. do you see why?

  8. u0860867
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    not really

  9. Euler271
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    what is f(x) when x = 2?

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    1

  11. u0860867
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    ohhhh i get it now thanks :D

  12. Euler271
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    :)

  13. Euler271
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    glad i could help

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