Hi I really need help with this question.... have help would be greatly appreciated
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Hey mazen. Try multiplying your initial limit function by x/x and note that the limit is not an in-determinant limit (i.e. 0/0 or infinity/infinity type).
Originally Posted by mazen Hi I really need help with this question.... have help would be greatly appreciated Consider the function $\displaystyle f(x)=3x^{-1}$. Is that a counter-example?
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