The de?finitions of derivative of two functions f and g are given by: f' (x) = lim f(x + Δx) - f (x) / Δx , g'(x) = lim g(x + Δx) - g(x) / Δx ...
The de?finitions of derivative of two functions f and g are given by: f' (x) = lim f(x + Δx) - f (x) / Δx , g'(x) = lim g(x + Δx) - g(x) / Δx ...
I was asked to pick a function for when the limit of f(x) as x approaches c from the right and left are unequal. I used the square root of x-2. Since it is undefined for x<2 and the left-hand limit...
Find the values of a and b that make the function f(x) continuous if: f(x)=sinx/x for x less than zero ax+b for x greater than or equal to zero and less than or equal to two x^2+3...
f(x)= (x^2-144)/ (x-12) x≠a k x=a
Determine the value of A that will make the function continuous at x=3 f(x)={ 3x^2-5x+A If A >=1 5x+2A ...
I am taking Calculus and having trouble with continuity and limits. Can I submit a problem I'm struggling with?