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anonymous

  • one year ago

help me plz

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    @carlyleukhardt

  3. carlyleukhardt
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    STILL DONT KNOW <.<

  4. anonymous
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    shame haha

  5. TheCatMan
    • one year ago
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    well in number one part one its not a solid funtion

  6. anonymous
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    the limit from the left is 56 since the function is identically 56 from the left

  7. anonymous
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    from the right it is 68 for the same reason

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    this means the limit itself does not exist, since \(56\neq 68\)

  9. anonymous
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    ok so what about part two and for

  10. anonymous
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    and part one

  11. anonymous
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    i guess my answer didn't help

  12. anonymous
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    it did but i have liek four patrs to do and you answered like one of them bro

  13. anonymous
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    \[\large \lim_{x\to 60^-}f(x)=56\]

  14. anonymous
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    in english, the limit from the left is 56, because the function is identically 56 to the left of 60

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    ohh ok

  16. anonymous
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    \[\large \lim_{x\to 60^+}f(x)=68\] for basically the same reason it is identically 68 to the right of 60

  17. anonymous
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    and, since \(56\neq 68\) \[\lim_{x\to 60}f(x)\] does not exist

  18. anonymous
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    ohh ok so what is part 3 and 4

  19. anonymous
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    that was part 3!

  20. anonymous
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    ok sorry whats is part 4 i ment haha

  21. anonymous
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    that is a word problem i am 100% sure you can figure out why the cost of renting a car is discontinuous

  22. anonymous
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    although, now that i look, since the x axis is not labelled it is not clear what the cost depends on days? hours? miles driven?

  23. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    idk eiether my teacher never said i asked her and she still hasnt answerd me

  24. anonymous
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    @satellite73

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