1. Suppose : 4 if x&lt;3 f(x) = x+ 2 if x &gt; 3 Compu...

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1. Suppose : 4 if x<3 f(x) = x+ 2 if x > 3 Compute lim f(x) and x->++ lim f(x). Then explain why x->3 lim f(x) doesn't exist. 2. Find the limit or show that it doesn't exist: 25+h-5 - lim h->0 h 3. Find the limit or show that it doesn't exist: 3tÂ² - 7t + 2 lim t-42 2 - t

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