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The limit limh->0 ((sqrt1+h)-1)/h represents the derivative of some function f(x) at some number a. Find f and a. Please help!

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  1. consider f'(1) where f(x) = √x

    where you should have written the limit as

    (√(1+h) - √1)/h

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