Posted by **Salena** on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 11:05am.

Let h(x) =

(

x2 + 2 if x > 2

��mx if x 2

(a) Find the value of m that will make h continuous everywhere.

(b) Using the value of m you have found to determine limx!2 h(x)

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