# Math

posted by
**Anonymous** on
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If f(x)= {-5x+5x^2 -1<x<0

{sin(cx) 0<=x<=2ð

To check if f(x) is differentiable at 0, we need to evaluate lim Q(h) when h->0^-.

Find lim Q(h) when h->0^-.

posted by
**Anonymous** on
.

If f(x)= {-5x+5x^2 -1<x<0

{sin(cx) 0<=x<=2ð

To check if f(x) is differentiable at 0, we need to evaluate lim Q(h) when h->0^-.

Find lim Q(h) when h->0^-.