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    8. Use the definition of f(x) ® ¥ as x ® ¥ to show that f(x) = x + 2 ® ¥ as x ® ¥
    9. (a) Show that f(x) = tends to ¥ as x ® -2+ .
    (b) Show that f(x) = tends to ¥ as x ® 4-
    10. Let f(x) = . Show that f is not continuous at x = 5.

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    Proof: For any , we can always find some , such that for all , we have . ...

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