Suppose that as x approaches zero, F\{x) = L] + Oix") and F2(x) = L2 + CKx"). Let c\ and c2 be nonzero constants and define F{x) c\ F\ (x) + c2F2(a') and G(x) = Fifcqx) 4-F2(c2x). Show that if y = minimum {cc, p), then, as x approaches zero, a. F(x) = ciF, + c2F2 + 0(xr ) b. G(x) = L, + L2 + 0(xy ).

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