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Loser66
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What is the course? calculus or advanced calculus?

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anonymous
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AP Calculus.... I know how to do this, but it is a little confusing and I need help. I'm taking it online
anonymous
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because I know I have to use the chain rule, but I don't know how to imply t for this question.
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I already did 18 problems. I just need those 2 problems
Loser66
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Ok, read it and if you don't get, let me know then
anonymous
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@Loser66 I have to find the derivative, but I don't know how to
Loser66
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To be differentiable, f(x) must be continuous at x =2 That is limit of f(x) exists and it is \(\lim_{x\rightarrow 2} f(x) = \lim_{x\rightarrow 2}x^2 \)
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guys, Im sorry I posted the wrong question
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Gosh!!
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anonymous
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that's the one that I am confused because they don't give me a function.
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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i got that part, part a is confusing
anonymous
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you used the slope formula right? I didn't know if that was correct because usually they give you continuous numbers
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true.....Thank you so much .... I really appreciate it

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