Calculus

HELP....last question SOS HELP
Consider the statement lim X-->1

X©ø-6X©÷+11X-6 / x-1 = 2

USING THE DEFINITIONS OF THE LIMIT
STATE WHAT MUST BE TRUE FOR THE ABOVE
LIMIT TO HOLD, THAT IS, FOR EVERY ¡¦,
THERE IS ..., SO THAT¡¦.
Use a specific function and limit not just f and L
- Next verify the limit is true by finding ©£ as an expression of ¥å
- Draw a picture illustrating the relation between ¥å, ©£ and the function
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