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    limit help!!

    if F and G are continuous functions with f(3) = 5 and limx-->3[ 2 F(x) - G(x) ] = 4, find G(3).


    please help with step by step directions!!!!
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    Re: limit help!!

    since f and g are both continuous so 2f-g is also continuous hence the limit will be same as functional value at 3 hence 4=2*5-g(3);g(3)=6
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