lim x -> 2 sqrt.(4x + 5 ) = sqrt.(13)
i have trouble proving limits with radicals. can anyone please explain clearly the steps?
i know at one point delta = d = min{1, e/8}
i have no idea what that means. and how to use it for the final answer.
lim x -> 2 sqrt.(4x + 5 ) = sqrt.(13)
i have trouble proving limits with radicals. can anyone please explain clearly the steps?
i know at one point delta = d = min{1, e/8}
i have no idea what that means. and how to use it for the final answer.
Go to this website Wolfram|Alpha
In the input window, type in this exact expression: limit sqrt[4x+5] as x to 2 (you can copy & paste)
Click the equals bar at the right-hand end of the input window.
Be sure you click ‘show steps’ to see the solution.