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  1. theopenstudyowl
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    Here is the definition of the Squeeze Theorem.... I understand that g(x) is sort of being squeezed in a sense, but I do not understand how to utilize it in various problems....

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    @Abhisar

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    The limit at 1 on both sides is 2, since g(x) is in the middle of those two things for all x, it must be that, by the squeeze theorem, its limit is 2

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    It works like this |dw:1441355589638:dw| The thing in the middle must squeeze between the 2, and if the 2 are the same at that point, it must also be the same. :)

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    ty.....

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