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    Definition of Limit

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    i realize that as the limit goes to infinity there is exists for every E>0 a corresponding number M so that x>M |f(x)-L|<E but im not sure how to put these definitons into the problem i have
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    Try \left( {\exists \varepsilon  > 0} \right)\left( {\forall \delta  > 0} \right)\left( {\exists x_0 } \right)\left[ {0 < \left| {x - x_0 } \right| < \delta  \wedge \left| {f\left( {x_0 } \right) - L} \right| \geqslant \varepsilon } \right]
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