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The graph shown is for the function f (x).

Compute the following quantities:

a) f (7) =

b) limx3+ f (x) =

c) limx0 f (x) =

d) limx7 f (x) =

Answer(s) submitted:

-3

7

0

-3

(correct)

2. (1 point)

Evaluate each of the following expressions:

a) lim F(x) =

help (limits)

x1

b) lim F(x) =

x1+

c) lim F(x) =

x1

d) F(1) =

e) lim F(x) =

x1

f (x)

f) lim F(x) =

x1+

g(x)

g) lim F(x) =

x1

h) lim F(x) =

The graphs of f (x) and g(x) are given above. Use them to evaluate each quantity below. Write DNE if the limit or value does

not exist (or if its infinity).

x3

i) F(3) =

Answer(s) submitted:

1. f (3)g(3)

2. lim [ f (x)g(x)]

x2+

x3

4. lim [ f (g(x))]

x3+

Answer(s) submitted:

6

0

2

2

-1

-1

-1

0

-2

-1

DNE

0

DNE

(correct)

(correct)

blue) and g (right, in red) to find the following limits:

1

x=

x=

x=

Answer(s) submitted:

-inf

inf

inf

-inf

inf

-7

-3

0

6

(correct)

6. (1 point) Use the given graph of the function f to find the

following limits. If a limit does not exist, type DNE.

x1

help (limits)

x2

3. lim f (x)g(x) =

x0

f (x)

=

g(x)

p

5. lim 3 + f (x) =

4. lim

x0

x1

1. lim f (x) =

x2

Answer(s) submitted:

2. lim f (x) =

DNE

2

0

0

sqrt(2)

x2+

3. lim f (x) =

x2

4. lim f (x) =

x0

5. f (0) =

(correct)

Note: You can click on the graph to enlarge the image.

5. (1 point)

For the function f whose graph is given, state the following:

Answer(s) submitted:

DNE

2

DNE

0

DNE

(correct)

(a) lim f (x)

x7

help (limits)

7. (1 point)

For the function f whose graph is given, state the value of the

given quantity, if it exists. If it does not exist, enter n below.

(a) lim f (x)

x3

x0

x2

x6

x2+

x6+

x2

order below.

x=

(d) f (2)

(e) lim f (x)

x2

1. lim g(x) =

2. lim g(x) =

(h) f (2)

(i) lim f (x)

3. lim g(x) =

5. g(2) =

(k) f (0)

(l) lim f (x)

x2

x2+

help (limits)

x2+

x2

x2

4. lim g(x) =

x4+

x0

x4

x0

Answer(s) submitted:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

(k)

(l)

3

0

DNE

DNE

2

(correct)

9. (1 point) Use the given graph of the function f to find the

following limits:

Answer(s) submitted:

-1

1

n

1

1

2

n

2

n

2

n

0

1. lim f (x) =

x1

help (limits)

2. lim f (x) =

x1+

3. lim f (x) =

x1

4. lim f (x) =

x4

5. f (4) =

(correct)

8. (1 point) Use the given graph of the function g to find the

following limits:

Answer(s) submitted:

4

-1

DNE

2

0

(correct)

10. (1 point)

For the function f whose graph is given, state the value of

the given quantity below.

3

x0

enter DNE.

|x + 14|

lim

=

+

x14 x + 14

|x + 14|

lim

=

x14 x + 14

|x + 14|

lim

=

x14 x + 14

help (limits)

x3

x3+

Answer(s) submitted:

x3

1

-1

DNE

(e) f (3)

Answer(s) submitted:

3

4

2

NONE

3

(correct)

15. (1 point) Find the following limit. If the limit goes to ,

write inf. If a limit goes to , write -inf.

(correct)

x2 7x

x7 x2 6x 7

11. (1 point)

Use a graph to estimate the value of lim (1 (2/x))x correct

x

to two decimal places.

lim

Limit:

Answer(s) submitted:

Answer(s) submitted:

7/8

0.14

(correct)

(correct)

12. (1 point)

Sketch the following function and use it to determine the values of a (list in ascending order below) for which lim f (x) does

xa

not exist:

2 x

f (x) = x

(x 1)2

use it to determine the following limits. If a limit does not exist,

type DNE.

x 4, for x 1

f (x) = x2 + 5, for 1 < x 1

7 x, for x > 1

if x < 1

if 1 x < 1

if x 1

a=

a=

1.

Answer(s) submitted:

2.

-1

1

lim f (x) =

x1

lim f (x) =

x1+

3. lim f (x) =

x1

(correct)

4. lim f (x) =

x1

5. f (1) =

sin(6x)

x

when x is measured in degrees.

lim sin(6x)

=

x

lim

Answer(s) submitted:

x0

x0

Answer(s) submitted:

0.10

-5

6

DNE

6

-5

(correct)

(correct)

4

20. (1 point)

1 x + 5, if x < 2

Let f (x) = 5,

if x = 2

4x + 14,

if x > 2

use it to determine the following limits. If a limit does not exist,

type DNE.

2 + sin x, if x < 0

f (x) = 2 cos x,

if 0 x

2 sin x,

if x >

not exist.

lim f (x) =

1. lim f (x) =

x2

x0

2. lim f (x) =

x0+

3. lim f (x) =

lim f (x) =

x0

x2+

4. lim f (x) =

x

5. f () =

lim f (x) =

x2

Answer(s) submitted:

6

6

6

Answer(s) submitted:

2

2

2

DNE

-2

(correct)

21. (1 point) This problem has two parts. The second part

will appear after you answer the first part correctly.

(correct)

(

4 x x2 , if x 3

18. (1 point) Let f (x) =

2x 3,

if x > 3

Calculate the following limits. Enter DNE if the limit does not

exist.

lim f (x) =

6x2

? Your

x2 25

answer should be a number, a list of numbers separated by commas, or None .

x3

Vertical asymptotes at x =

lim f (x) =

x3+

lim f (x) =

x3

(b) Find the following left- and right-hand limits at the vertical

asymptote x = 5. Enter I for , -I for , or DNE for does

not exist.

Answer(s) submitted:

-8

3

DNE

(correct)

lim

19. (1 point)(

4 x2 if x 4

Let f (x) =

x 1 if x > 4

Find each of the following limits. If the limit does not exist,

enter DNE below.

(a) lim f (x)=

x5

6x2

=

x2 25

lim

x5+

6x2

=

x2 25

asymptote x = 5.

x4

6x2

=

x5 x2 25

lim

x4+

x4

Answer(s) submitted:

Answer(s) submitted:

-5, 5

-I

I

I

-12

3

DNE

(correct)

5

6x2

=

x5+ x2 25

lim

-I

Answer(s) submitted:

infinity

-infinity

infinity

-infinity

(correct)

22. (1 point) Find the vertical asymptotes of the function

x

y= 2

.

x x 42

x=

. Separate multiple answers with commas.

(correct)

Answer(s) submitted:

26. (1 point)

A function is said to have a vertical asymptote wherever the

limit on the left or right (or both) is either positive or negative

infinity.

3(x + 2)

has a vertical

For example, the function f (x) = 2

x + 4x + 4

asymptote at x = 2.

7, -6

(correct)

23. (1 point) Find the following limit.

lim cot(4x)

x 4

Limit:

help (limits)

Find each of the following limits.

3(x + 2)

lim 2

=

help (limits)

x2 x + 4x + 4

3(x + 2)

=

lim 2

help (limits)

+

x2 x + 4x + 4

3(x + 2)

=

help (limits)

lim 2

x2 x + 4x + 4

Answer(s) submitted:

-inf

(correct)

24. (1 point) Evaluate the following limit.

lim

x(/2)+

Limit =

etan x

Answer(s) submitted:

+inf

-inf

DNE

help (limits)

Answer(s) submitted:

0

(correct)

(correct)

1

1.

lim

=

x0 x2 (x + 7)

1

2.

lim

=

x7 x2 (x + 7)

2

3.

lim

=

x5 (x 5)6

2

4.

lim

=

x3 x 3

lim ln(x 5)

x5+

Enter I for , -I for , and DNE if the limit does not exist.

Limit =

Answer(s) submitted:

-I

(correct)

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