I need to prove that as x-> + infinity, (x+1)/(x-1)= 1 With epsilon delta definitions... this is so confusing, can anyone help?
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Originally Posted by squintz123 I need to prove that as x-> + infinity, (x+1)/(x-1)= 1 With epsilon delta definitions... this is so confusing, can anyone help? What happens to the two fractions when x tends towards infinity? EDIT: Ah sorry, I didn't read your need for epsilon delta definitions.
Originally Posted by squintz123 I need to prove that as x-> + infinity, (x+1)/(x-1)= 1 With epsilon delta definitions... this is so confusing, can anyone help? What you want to show is that for any there is an such that when Now start with the left or (x is very large) or This is your N, i.e. Then work the steps in reverse.
Thank you so much man. That makes a lot more sense... My professor makes it sound so confusing...
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