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    Mar 2012

    Limit Proof

    I've attached the assignment. I think the sum is getting me very confused. Since it sums to one, wouldn't it just be a factor of 1 to I(x-xn)? That can't be right, because otherwise I'm sure it wouldn't have been included, but I am stuck. I am also thrown at the I before (x-xn). Does anyone know where that would have come from? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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