I've tried a lot of times, but I'm still stuck on
So far, I've done:
To show that exists for all
However, I can't use the normal triangle inequality here since there's a negative number inside.
I've also tried:
So the limit exists since always exists in that interval for all .
But that is not the epsilon delta proof I need.
Kindly advise. Need a hint or something. I'm brain dead. Lol.
Sorry, I was not careful there.Wasn't ?
You can write, where and to get your result now.
Ok, I was having the wrong concept of the triangle inequality. Thanks for clearing that up! Can't believe I overlooked it! Now I'm still confused about the boundaries of
But aren't we trying to fulfill the inequality ? If then let's say that when , it will fulfill but not which was our original intention.
Similarly for , let's say , then it would fulfill but not .
Did I get my concepts wrong somewhere?
That is all we proved. You are saying but some values in do not satisfy . So what? You are thinking that if then . This is clearly not true, just take . When we restrain all the inequalities used in the proof becomes satisfied. But this does not mean that any other additional numbers which satisfy the other inequalities must satisfy our first inequality that we started with. We do not have to worry about that because we have constrained.