Exer. 3146: Without expanding completely, find the indicated term(s) in the expansion of the expression.
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L8 - 2 Note the following (Theorem 1, Section 2.2): 6. x→c k = 7. lim x = x→c ex. Evaluate lim (2x +3 x − 2). x→−1 2 Note that x→−1f(x)= m lx→−1(2x +3x−2) = f(−1). That is, we can ﬁnd the limit by direct substitution. Direct Substitution Property If f(x)iaolmild c is in the domain of f then x→cm f(x)=
Textbook: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry
Author: Earl Swokowski, Jeffery A. Cole
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