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bard

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3, X=1

X+, x>1

Find

lim(x-->1) f(X)

f(1)=

not exactly sure how to do this. would not f(1) be just 3, since it is defined as that in the function. I am not sure about how to take that limit.

Thanks

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bard

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3, X=1

X+, x>1

Find

lim(x-->1) f(X)

f(1)=

not exactly sure how to do this. would not f(1) be just 3, since it is defined as that in the function. I am not sure about how to take that limit.

Thanks

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bard

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sorry that should be x+1

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bard

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lim(x->1+)=(1+1)=2

lim(x->1-)=(1+1)=2 so the limit exists, i don't understand how that helps in finding the overall limit of F(x) at 1.

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