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    [SOLVED] Existence of Limits

    If f(x) > 1 for all x and exists, then

    Can somebody explain to me how this can be false? Is there a law that proves this? Thanks!!!
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    The limit can be 1.
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    Oh, right I was thinking about it after. This is such a stupid question. I just kept thinking there was a more complicated answer.
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