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    a good proof for the sandwich/squeeze theorem for limits of a function

    h(x)<f(x)<g(x)

    for all x in some deleted neighbourhood of a. if the limit of h(x) as x approaches a = L and similarly the limit of g(x) as x approaches a = L then we can say the limit of f(x) = L also.

    does anyone know a good proof for this?
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