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Try these problems.

Let $$ be defined on the interval $$, and no where else, whose graph is:

Find

(a)
$$
(b)
$$
(c)
$$
(d)
$$
(e)
$$
(f)
$$

Try to factor either the numerator or the denominator.

Try to factor either the numerator or the denominator.

Multiply by $$.

Multiply by $$.

Multiply by $$.

Multiply by $$.
Let $$. Compute

Let Does $$ exist? If it does, give its value. Otherwise write DNE.

Note that, close to $$, the rule for $$ is $$.

Let $$. Does $$ exist? If it does, give its value. Otherwise write DNE.

Close to $$, $$ has the rule $$.

Consider: A good way to compute this limit would be to use

limit lawsindeterminate formsthe Squeeze Theoremthe Intermediate Value Theorem .
List two functions $$ and $$ such that for all $$ except for $$ on some interval containing $$.
Compute:
By the Squeeze Theorem: