The Basics of Limits -- Calculus Intro
So the question is (and sorry for butchering this... I have tried Latex but cannot figure it out for the life of me)
limit[x:1-,-3x+2] (the limit on (-3x+2) as x approaches 1 from the left)
(PS. Tell me if this notation is acceptable, or my wording is bad...)
The book we use provides solutions, and the solutions show simply subbing in 1 to the (-3x+2), but that wouldn't work if it was piecewise, right?
So how would you do this other than using values like .999999 ?