Posted by **samir** on Friday, September 24, 2010 at 12:34pm.

g(x)={x+6, for x<-2,

-1/2x+1, for x> or equal to -2,

find the limit:

lim g(x)= lim g(x)=

x-->-2^- x-->-2^+

lim g(x)= lim g(x)=

x-->-2^+ x-->4^-

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