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    Quote Originally Posted by sifubmf View Post
    I have a quick question about a problem with the Mean Value Theorem. I understand how to incorporate it when points are given, but I am having a problem with the following problem....

    By using the Mean Value Theorem prove that

    lim (square root(x + 7) - x/2) = 0
    x-> infinity

    Any help on how to go about doing this would be fantastic.

    Thank You.
    I've glanced at this literally as I'm about to go to bed so I might be on the wrong track .... it looks like you might use the MVT to establish some inequalities that can be used to set up a squeeze/pinching/sandwich thereom situation ....
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    bump... any ideas???
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