1.) limx3f(x)limx→3f(x) =

2.) limx3+f(x)limx→3+f(x) =

3.) f(2)f(2)    =

4.) limx2f(x)limx→2−f(x) =

5.) limx2f(x)limx→2f(x)  =

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1) lim x->3    f(x) = 0.0001 ; Limit does not exist as left side limit not equals to right side limit

2) lim x ->3+     f(x) = 1   ; Right side limit exists

3) f(2) * f(2) = 3*3 = 9  ; Asking for the value of function and not about limit of the function.

4) lim x->2-    f(x) = 3    ; left side limit = value of the function

5) lim x->2     f(x) =  3    ; left side limit = right side limit = value of the function; all three exists and are defined
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