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# Each of Exercises 31–36 gives a function ƒ(x), | Ch 2.3 - 35E

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Problem 35E

Each of Exercises 31–36 gives a function ƒ(x), a point c, and a positive number Find Then find a number ? > 0 such that for all x0 < |x - c| < ?

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Each of Exercises 31–36 gives a function ƒ(x), | Ch 2.3 - 35E