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When would lim(x>1)(f(x))=0 but lim(x>1)(f(x)/g(x))=8?
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Give an example of functions y=f(x) and y=g(x) such that lim(x>1) of f(x)=0 but lim(x>1)(f(x)/g(x))=8.
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Compute this limit...see equation.
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Assume lim(x>3) of f(x) = 5, evaluate lim(x>3) of (f(x) + 7)
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What's the answer to lim(x>2) of (x^3  8)/(x2)
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Can someone help me review my homework? It's five questions of limit calculations.
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Let f(x) = x2. Use a calculator to construct a table of the slopes of the secant lines
for f on the intervals [2:9; 3], [2:99; 3]; [2:999; …
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anyone know how to use the pumping lemma?
 updated one year ago
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0<=x<y<2000
what are the total number of possible values for x and y
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prove false by counterexample that the intersection of two non regular languages must not be regular
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Prove by counterexample:
If L1 and L2 are regular languages, then
 updated one year ago
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Regular expression over {0,1}* that does not contain the substring 001?
 updated one year ago
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Draw a finite state machine over {0,1}* : w corresponds to binary encoding, without leading zeros, of natural numbers that are powers of 4
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What does this notation mean?
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prove that for all n>0, n!>=2^(n1) using induction
 updated one year ago
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prove by induction: for all n > 0, n^2 = n(n+1)(2n+1)/6
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use induction to prove that for n>0  n!>=2^(n1)
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Working with set builder notation, what does L = {w ϵ {a, b}* : x ϵ {a, b}+ (w = axa)} mean in plain english?
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Given the following language definition: L = {w ϵ {a, b}* : x ϵ {a, b}+ (w = axa)}  Give a simple English description, two words it c…
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Let L = {w ϵ {a, b}* : w ≡3 0}. List the first six elements in a lexicographic enumeration of L.
 updated one year ago
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cleetus779:
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use induction to prove that for all n > 0, n!>=n^(21), having trouble with the inductive step
 updated one year ago
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cleetus779:
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use induction to prove that for all n > 0, n!>n^(21)
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