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## Homework Statement

I am not sure what is meant by this question:

for y = x^2 - 2x,

find

lim x->2 ((f(x) - f(1))/(x-1))

## Homework Equations

for y = x^2 - 2x,

find

lim x->2 ((f(x) - f(1))/(x-1))

## The Attempt at a Solution

Normally to find the limit here I would just find the derivative, but this: find

lim x->2 ((f(x) - f(1))/(x-1)) confuses me. Do you simply find f(2), f(1) and substitute them in?