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- Homework Statement:
- Graphs and Limits

- Relevant Equations:
- Piecewise Functions

For questions 24 and 26, Use the graph to investigate limit of f(x) as x→c. If the limit does not exist, explain why.

Question 24

For (a), the limit is 1.

For (b), the limit is cannot be determined due to the hole at (c, 2).

For (c), LHL does not = RHL.

I conclude the limit does not exist.

You say?

Question 26

For (a), the limit is 2.

For (b), the limit cannot be determined due to the hole at (c, 3).

For (c), LHL does not = RHL.

I conclude the limit does not exist.

You say?

Question 24

For (a), the limit is 1.

For (b), the limit is cannot be determined due to the hole at (c, 2).

For (c), LHL does not = RHL.

I conclude the limit does not exist.

You say?

Question 26

For (a), the limit is 2.

For (b), the limit cannot be determined due to the hole at (c, 3).

For (c), LHL does not = RHL.

I conclude the limit does not exist.

You say?

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