why does lim (x/|x|) = 1 x-> 0+
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Originally Posted by ricey why does lim (x/|x|) = 1 x-> 0+ It does because we are only concerned about the behavior of the graph from the right, IE: (positive values of x) Note how any positive number divided by the absolute value of that number will always be positve 1. Since Then for values greater than 0, we have Therefore .
Last edited by VonNemo19; July 28th 2009 at 07:43 PM.
okay i get it! Thanks so much
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