Can you help me with this please: Using delta/epsilon methods show from definitions that if f(x)= x^3-3x+6 then f`(2)=9. Thank you.
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Originally Posted by alpha Can you help me with this please: Using delta/epsilon methods show from definitions that if f(x)= x^3-3x+6 then f`(2)=9. Thank you. By definition, or equivalently, Use either definition along with the definition of a limit that I showed you how to deal with in your last thread. You want to show, using the latter definition, for example,
I have no idea about this question. can you show me how it is done. Thanks again.
Originally Posted by alpha I have no idea about this question. can you show me how it is done. Thanks again. i already gave you an example of how to tackle problems like this in your last thread. how about you take a crack at it?
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