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Babynini

  • one year ago

Sketchy limits and squeeze theorem! Please check my work :)

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    I'm not sure if this works...?

  4. dan815
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    yes ofcourse it works

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    All of it? it's all good? It seems so sketchy haha

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    why

  7. Babynini
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    and at the end there where I have Lim ( x approaches 0) x^2=0 is that fine? or do I have to write: lim (x approaches 0) x^2 e^1 = 0 ?

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    lim (x approaches 0) x^2 e^1 = 0 ?

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    math teachers are not that picky once u got the main idea

  10. dan815
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    u understood that sin(inf) is ddivergent and any number between -1 to 1

  11. Babynini
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    ahh ok. Welp. Thank you :)

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    :)

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