lt x-o( (2x-log(1+2x))/x^2 )

lt x-o( (2x-log(1+2x))/x^2 )

n are natural numbers, and a is a real positive number. I can find N in terms of a but this question is from a epsilon-delta limit chapter, so I have no idea how to find it whilst relating it...

lim sin2x x->0 x

if f(n+1)=1/2( f(n)+(9/f(n)) ) , n€N and f(n)>0 for all n€N then find lim n-infinity f(n) .

lt n-infinity ((q^n) + (p^n))^(1/n)

I am struggling as i know the sequence but got no idea how to describe it mathematically!

O, 5, 6 or 6,

Don’t the both of them mean the same? i.e from 2 to infinity? There was this one mcq which had both of these options. So how do yoy differentiate between the two?

lim x-o ((sinx/x))^(1/x) = 1

I want an answer with Q in it if it depends on it, which I'm quite sure of.

lim x->1 (tan(πx/4)-1)/(sin(πx)) Answer is -1/2 I tried to apply multiply up and down by the numerator conjugate and then don't know how to proceed. Is this even necessary? or is there...

f(x)=x^3-1/ x^2-1 there will be no h.a and for the v.a we factor and we get x=1 and x =-1

As lim x approaches -3 of x^2-3x/x^2-9 1.how can you solve it in a step by step i am really confused 2. When finding the sided limit we subsitutw in the original function or after...

how do we find pointa of discountity of trignometric functions such as tan^-1(5x) or sec(5x)

how do we find the points of discountity of f(x)=8x/5x^2-1? If i made the denominator =0 i would get squared 1/5 and then when i will plug it back it will be undefined or am i doing...

i am confused, we should divide the whole fractions by the greatest power right?

Use the position function s(t)= -16t2 + 98 to find the velocity in feet/seconds at time t= 1 second. The velocity at t=c seconds is given by lim t>c , s(c)-s(t)/c-t please...

Write the derivative ( formula for the slope of the graph) of f(x)= 2x2 + 5x Please show all work

Use the limit process to find The area of the region between f(x)=x^2-x and the x-axis on the interval [1,3]

I have a problem on limits. The graph shows two very different equations approaching the same point, but at that point (x=4) there is a hole. Below the hole there is a point at (4,2). What is the...