Paul M. answered • 02/27/20

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The function f(x) described above has no limit as x goes to either +infinity or -infinity.

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Meena A.

asked • 02/27/20**TANAPCALC10 2.4.064.**

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Use the graph of the function *f* to determine the following limits, if they exist. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.)

The *x* *y*-coordinate plane is given. The curve labeled *f*(*x*) = *x*^{3} − *x* enters the window in the third quadrant, goes up and right becoming less steep, crosses the *x*-axis at *x* = −1, changes direction at the approximate point (−0.58, 0.4),goes down and right becoming more steep, passes through the origin, goes down and right becoming less steep, changes direction at the approximate point (0.58, −0.4), goes up and right becoming more steep, crosses the *x*-axis at *x* = 1, and exits the window in the first quadrant.

lim *x*→∞ *f*(*x*)

=lim *x*→−∞ *f*(*x*)

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Paul M. answered • 02/27/20

Learn "how to" do the math and why the "how to" works!

The function f(x) described above has no limit as x goes to either +infinity or -infinity.

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Meena A.

Thanks so much02/28/20