For x < 0 , . There's one mistake...
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I have found the answer to the following problem both graphically and numerically to be -1/2, but I can't seem to prove that this is the answer algebraically. There must be a mistake with my algebra, but I'm not seeing it. Help?
For x < 0 , . There's one mistake...
I saw a similar thread out on the internets:
calculus - When can we plug in values in a limit? - Mathematics - Stack Exchange