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Question: Find the vertical asymptotes for…

F(x) = x^3 + 8 / x^2 –4

I got a va of –2

F(x) = 2x/ sin2x

I got a va of 1

Find the limit

Lim tan^2 2x/ x^2

x-0

I got 4 as my answer

Lim x^2 –4 / (x + 2 )^2

x- (-2)

I got –4/0 = no limit

Constant problem

F(x) = -x + 2 x<c

2x^2 –2x –4 x_>c

Not sure how to answer this.

Where can I find notes on this section online?

Thanks

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# Homework Help: Calculus 1 (limits, VA and constants)

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