However, all paths that I have a value of 1. How can I prove that the lim is in fact 1? Is there any inequality that i can use to solve this limit for the squeeze theorem?
Last edited by 1.2.3.pi.4; December 14th 2009 at 07:27 PM.
However, all paths that I have a value of 1. How can I prove that the lim is in fact 1? Is there any inequality that i can use to solve this limit for the squeeze theorem?
You can use polar coordinates to show that the limit exists and is equal to 1 (the limit as r --> 0 is independent of theta).