lim_(xrightarrow 2)(3x+2) find the limit L. then find delta > 0 such that (f(x)-L) < 0.01 whenever 0<(x-c)< delta

ingwadlatp 2022-07-29 Answered
lim x 2 ( 3 x + 2 ) find the limit L. then find δ > 0 such that (f(x)-L)<0.01 whenever 0 < ( x c ) < δ
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esbalatzaj
Answered 2022-07-30 Author has 15 answers
Given that find the limit L.
we know that ϵ holds.then give a value for δ such that for all xsatisfying δ the inequality ϵ
Now applying above inequality to the above function we have |3x+2-L|<0.01
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