Hello i still have a problem about graphing absolute values:

Sketch the graph of the function and find the indicated limit if it exists; if the limit does not exist, state the reason:

find:

<--- does it exist?

Thanks and

Happy holidays!

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- Dec 16th 2006, 12:32 AM^_^Engineer_Adam^_^One sided limit
Hello i still have a problem about graphing absolute values:

Sketch the graph of the function and find the indicated limit if it exists; if the limit does not exist, state the reason:

find:

<--- does it exist?

Thanks and

Happy holidays! - Dec 16th 2006, 02:28 AM^_^Engineer_Adam^_^The limit exists
The limit exists because a = -4 and b = -4 are the same

nevmind

my problem is only the graphing the absolute value - Dec 16th 2006, 04:47 AMtopsquark
First look at where the absolute value portion of the function is 0:

Now split the function into two pieces:

-Dan