Assume b,c,d are all just random functions. lim x-->a (bc/d) Z lim x-->a (bc/d) Z is an integer that is factored out is it true that: Z lim x-->a (b) x Z lim x--> (c) x Z limx -->a (1/d)?
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Originally Posted by Noxide Assume b,c,d are all just random functions. lim x-->a (bc/d) Z lim x-->a (bc/d) Z is an integer that is factored out is it true that: Z lim x-->a (b) x Z lim x--> (c) x Z limx -->a (1/d)? $\displaystyle Z\cdot\lim_{x\to a}\frac{bc}{d}=Z\cdot\left(\lim_{x\to a}b\right)\left(\lim_{x\to a}c\right)\left(\lim_{x\to a}\frac{1}{d}\right)$ assuming all three limits exist.
Good reply, thanks.
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