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im not good at limit problems yet, but I understand definition of a limit (with the help of the sticky on this site and paul's math notes!)

However im not sure how to approach one like this.

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- December 13th 2012, 06:39 PMkingsolomonsgravelimit problem help
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im not good at limit problems yet, but I understand definition of a limit (with the help of the sticky on this site and paul's math notes!)

However im not sure how to approach one like this. - December 14th 2012, 09:38 AMhollywoodRe: limit problem help
As the hint says, consider the two cases x<1 and x>1 separately. In the x<1 case, you want to make sure that , so you need x > 0.905. In the x>1 case, you want to make sure that , so you need x < 1.105. In the first case, you would need to set to 1 - 0.905 = 0.095 or less, and in the second case, you would need to set to 0.105 or less. Since you want both to be true, choose .

- Hollywood