I'm just clueless of how to prove this; Prove that lim f(x) = lim f(x-a) x->0 x->a I can see that making x to approach 0 is the same as making x approach a in (x-a), since both things go near zero. Well, I hope that you can help me
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Originally Posted by akolman I'm just clueless of how to prove this; Prove that lim f(x) = lim f(x-a) x->0 x->a I can see that making x to approach 0 is the same as making x approach a in (x-a), since both things go near zero. Well, I hope that you can help me Substitute into : . But u is just a dummy variable so you can re-brand it as x ......
wow, that was fast! Thanks.
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