WHAT IS THE LIMIT?

Limit as x approaches 2 f(x)= what

IF f(2)=5 and x can only be 4,3,1, or 0.

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  • 1 month ago

    Since the domain includes neither 2 nor a sequence approaching 2,

    lim f(x)  does not exist

    x -> 2

    • Mr.Persona
      Lv 5
      1 month agoReport

      Even if 2 did exist in the domain, pick epsilon = 1/2. Then, there is no delta such that |2 - x| < delta implies |5 - f(x)| for x in the domain, I believe.

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  • MyRank
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    Limt(x→2) f(x) = ?

    f(2) = 5

    Limt (x→2) f(2) = 5

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  • ted s
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    if the domain of f(x) is { 0,1,3,4 } then lim { x---> 2 } f(x) does not exist , NOR does f(2) = 5...since 2 is not in the domain

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  • alex
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Limit as x approaches 2 = 5

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