# Find the limit as h approaches 0 of ((2)^(x+h)- (2)^x))/h. I have the answer, but I can't figure out the steps. Please help. Thanks.?

• Find the limit as h approaches 0 of ((2)^(x+h)- (2)^x))/h. I have the answer, but I can't figure out the steps. Please help. Thanks.?

Evaluate the limit. lim x goes to 0 (x^2 ... and evaluate the integral.I know the answer but I can't figure out the ... Please explain. Thanks.
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(Divide out the factors x - 2 , ... Note that as x approaches , h approaches 0 . ) ... so the limit does not exist. h.) . i.) We have that does not exist ...
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