what is the tangent slope of the f(x)= at the point (-2, ) using the formula lim x->a i get two here and i am stuck I can see that I can potentially cancel out the (x+2)but I am not sure.
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Originally Posted by delgeezee what is the tangent slope of the f(x)= at the point (-2, ) using the formula lim x->a i get two here and i am stuck I can see that I can potentially cancel out the (x+2)but I am not sure. The next step is
remember that (a/b)/c = (a/b)(1/c) = a/(bc), to simplify the fraction. does x+2 divide 10+5x evenly?
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