given that f(x)=(x^2)-4x, evaluate the limit as x approaches 2 of (f(x)-f(3))/(x-2)

given that f(x)=(x^2)-4x, evaluate the limit as x approaches 2 of (f(x)-f(3))/(x-2)

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first you have to input f(x) into the equation, can you do that?

yes, I got f(3)=-1, and i input f(x) and f(3) into the equation and got ((x^2)-4x-3)/(x-2)

f(3)=-3 not -1

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