I'm a little bit confused about these similar problems in my analysis text book, and I hope to get some little help. It says, true or false:

1. with x approaches to infinity suppose that lim f(x) = L and lim g(x) = M and f(x)<= g(x), then L<=M

2. with x approaches to infinity suppose that lim f(x) = L and lim g(x) = M and f(x)< g(x), then L< M.

for all x in D

I know that the second one is wrong and one counter example I can think of is: f(x) = 2/|x| and g(x) = 3/|x| so for all non zero x, f(x) < g(x) but their limits are both zero. Is it just simple as that or I miss something?

Also for the first one, I think it might be wrong but I cannot think of a counter example. I'm much appreciated if anyone could give me some hints. Thanks in advance.