Math (Limits)

What is the limit of g(x)=x as x approaches pi?

Would it just be pi??

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  1. I do not know what g(x) is
    perhaps it is g(x) = 15 x + 27 x^15 for all I know
    in that case
    g(pi) = 15*pi + 27 * pi^15

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  2. I'm not sure either. But I think it is more of a hypothetical question because another question asked me:

    "What is the limit of f(x)=7 as x approaches pi?" and that answer was 7.

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  3. Yes, if g(x) = x then if x is pi so is g(x)

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  4. Alright thanks, just wanted to double check because for some reason my teacher only allows us one attempt on each question on our online homework. Life is so unfair.

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