I was taught that 1 is a constant, and that c/(infinity) = 0.
And it says, "Does the limit exist, and if so, what is it's value? Give detailed explanation."
I was taught that 1 is a constant, and that c/(infinity) = 0.
And it says, "Does the limit exist, and if so, what is it's value? Give detailed explanation."
I truly that you were not actually taught that.
But then again there are a lot of calculus teachers that have no business being in any mathematics class room.
I was taught that 1 is a constant, and that c/(infinity) = 0.
And it says, "Does the limit exist, and if so, what is it's value? Give detailed explanation."
I expect you were told that . You can NOT ever substitute as though it's a number. It's more of an idea.