can anyone helpme out with this? gahh...soo hard! i have to show that lim (1/(x^2 + 1) )= 1 as x --> 0 using limit's definition! and now i did |f(x) - L | = | 1/(x^2 + 1) - 1| | x - 0 | < delta what does one do from here? im soo stuck thanks!!
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Originally Posted by matlabnoob i have to show that lim (1/(x^2 + 1) )= 1 as x --> 0 using limit's definition! Try
thank you! but how does that show the limit tends to 1? ........ im confused with it
Originally Posted by matlabnoob thank you! but how does that show the limit tends to 1? ........ im confused with it You must show that if then . Now if you expect to have it done for you then you out of luck with me.
Originally Posted by Plato You must show that if then . Now if you expect to have it done for you then you out of luck with me. i knew this.thanks anyway ill attempt again
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