Suppose f: D ---->R with an accumulation point of D. Assume L1 and L2 are limits of f at . Prove L1=L2.

My thought is to assume L1 is not equal to L2, but I'm stuck here.

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- November 8th 2008, 02:58 PMkathrynmathL1 and L2 limits of f. Prove L1=L2
Suppose f: D ---->R with an accumulation point of D. Assume L1 and L2 are limits of f at . Prove L1=L2.

My thought is to assume L1 is not equal to L2, but I'm stuck here. - November 8th 2008, 04:30 PMJhevon
- November 8th 2008, 04:34 PMThePerfectHacker