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    problem and solution

    hello
    this is my work in this problem
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    Re: problem and solution

    Is this supposed to be a proof? It is almost correct, except where you apply the Squeeze Theorem. You need to show why the Squeeze Theorem applies. You have only part of the condition. You have 1 \le f(x) \le (x-2)^2+1. Next, show \lim_{x \to 2} 1 = \lim_{x \to 2} (x-2)^2+1. Then, you can apply the Squeeze Theorem as you stated.
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