Deduce that if |x -3| < 1, then |(x + 2)^(2) - 25| < 11|x - 3| Use this result to show, without using the Limit Laws, that lim x -> 3 of (x + 2)^(2) = 25 I am really confused and dont understand this question
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Originally Posted by SyNtHeSiS Deduce that if |x -3| < 1, then |(x + 2)^(2) - 25| < 11|x - 3| Use this result to show, without using the Limit Laws, that lim x -> 3 of (x + 2)^(2) = 25 I am really confused and dont understand this question Also from , we have so Therefore , For the second part , we have to prove it by checking the definition ... What similarity between part 1 and the definition can you find ?
How are you suppose to know that it is suppose to be manipulated in that way? I would never have thought of that
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