Ap Calculus Problems Answers

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This practice problem in my calculus book AP practice to give me a hard time, help? [Derivatives]?

Well this practical problem in my practice AP Calculus book has a strange problem giving me a hard time. He says: "Each one represents the limit of the derivative of a function f in a a. number State as an F and one in each case "and the problem. Is … lim x —> 5 … [2 ^ (x) - 32] ———— —- divided by [x - 5] I tried using the definition of derivative and also the alternative definition of an [alias: derivative at a point] derivative and I did not quite get the answer from the answer key. So how do you actually do?

One definition of a derivative is that lim x -> w-(f (x)-f (w)) / (xw) = f '(w) this. The problem you pose is a form that is similar to. See if this gives you some idea of how to cope.

AP Calculus AB: Limit Definition of the Derivative

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