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If f(x) and g(x) are continuous functions with f(6)= 3 and limit as x approaches 0 of (5f(x)  g(x)) = 4, what is g(6)?

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Damon
5 f(0)  g(0) = 4
g(0) = 5 f(0)4
perhaps g(6) = 5 f(6)  4 = 11
but that assumes a linear relationship between g and f, not just continuous, namely
g(x) = 5 f(x)  4
In other words, I do not know the answer based on the question.
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