(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Each of the limits represent a derivative f'(a). Find f(x) and a.

1) lim x-> 0 [(6^x) - 1]/x

2) lim x-> 0 [((4+h)^(-2)) - 0.0625]/h

2. The attempt at a solution

i'm not sure what i'm suppose to be solving for, they give us a derivative, or a partial derivative thats not completely solved and they want us to go backward to find the original function and the number that gave us the derivative they have. How do we do this without integrating.

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# Homework Help: Derivative physics question

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