How would you prove the following limit using the epsilon-delta definition of a limit,
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Originally Posted by CrazyCat87 How would you prove the following limit using the epsilon-delta definition of a limit, Where are you stuck?
Originally Posted by VonNemo19 Where are you stuck? Sorry, here is what I have so far And we know ..... That's all I have right now. I can't figure out where to go from there
Originally Posted by CrazyCat87 Sorry, here is what I have so far And we know ..... That's all I have right now. I can't figure out where to go from there Fix so we can find an upper bound for : . Therefore . Therefore, we pick Does this make sense?
Last edited by Chris L T521; February 7th 2010 at 06:21 PM.
Originally Posted by Chris L T521 Fix so we can find an upper bound for : . Therefore . Therefore, we pick Does this make sense? Ok yea the only thing that never makes sense to me is this step how do you go from to
Originally Posted by CrazyCat87 Ok yea the only thing that never makes sense to me is this step how do you go from to Whoops...that should be , but even then, the upper bound on remains the same. Sorry about that!
Right, I just wanted to understand what was going on. It all makes sense now, thank you so much for the help
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