Find lim f(x) given
the graph of f(x).
(d) doesn’t exist
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if this one is like the previous one would that make this answer 1?
ok, this one is a bit different than the other one
in the other one, we can see that the graph is continuous, meaning that there aren't any gaps in the graph
look at the second graph for a moment: do you see how, at x = -1/2, the left side of the graph is at 1 and the right side of the graph is at -4? since the left side and the right side are different, the limit does not exist
so if it has two different numbers on the left and right side the answer is does not exist
yes! the limit does not exist
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