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    Limits problem

    For (q) i would simply do the same thing (find the limit) and add two? because the equation looks like this


    the limit as x approaches 0 from the left side of f(x + 2)..... I'd just add 2 to the limit?
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    Re: Limits problem

    Quote Originally Posted by asilvester635 View Post
    For (q) i would simply do the same thing (find the limit) and add two? because the equation looks like this
    the limit as x approaches 0 from the left side of f(x + 2)..... I'd just add 2 to the limit?
    NO!

    \lim _{x \to 0^ -  } f(x + 2) = \lim _{x \to 2^ -  } f(x)
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    Re: Limits problem

    So the answer is 1?
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