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# 2/7 points Previous Answers LarCalc11 2008_My NotesAsk Your TeacheComplete the table. (Round your answers to four decimal places:) lim Ix + 1) _ (44) X-3 X - 32.92....

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###### 2/7 points Previous Answers LarCalc11 2008_My NotesAsk Your TeacheComplete the table. (Round your answers to four decimal places:) lim Ix + 1) _ (44) X-3 X - 32.92.992.9993.0013.013.1f(x)XX3Use the result to estimate the limit. Use a graphing utility to graph the function to confirm your result: (Round your answer to four decimal places: = lim I!x+1= (44) ~ X73

2/7 points Previous Answers LarCalc11 2008_ My Notes Ask Your Teache Complete the table. (Round your answers to four decimal places:) lim Ix + 1) _ (44) X-3 X - 3 2.9 2.99 2.999 3.001 3.01 3.1 f(x) X X 3 Use the result to estimate the limit. Use a graphing utility to graph the function to confirm your result: (Round your answer to four decimal places: = lim I!x+1= (44) ~ X73  #### Similar Solved Questions

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