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Jim S.
Fairport, NY

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Hi, buddies. Please me in my task to answer this questions. As far as my questions, I'm just looking for "What are the real world application of limits (calculus limits) for Industrial Engineering...

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Deanna L.
Redmond, WA

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Given that
lim x->a f(x)=0
lim x->a g(x)=0
lim x->a h(x)=1
lim x->a p(x)=infinity
lim x->a q(x)= infinity.
THEN
(a) lim x->a f(x)/g(x)=
(b)...

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Kirill Z.
Willowbrook, IL

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the limit as x approaches 0 1 - 1
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Luke S.
Akron, OH

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Let f(x) = √(-3-x)+1, if x<-4
let f (x)= 1, if x=-4
let f (x)= 3x+14, if x>-4
Calculate the following limits. Enter DNE for a limit which does not exist
lim x->-4-
f(x)=
lim...

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Daniel E.
Thorofare, NJ

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the limit as x approaches infinity 4x3-5x/8x43x2-2

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Daniel E.
Thorofare, NJ

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find the lim as x approches 5 of f(x)=In(x+3)
find the lim 2/x+3
x-->3
what...

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Suneil P.
Bridgewater, NJ

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Make a proof about definition of limit.

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Robert J.
Scottsdale, AZ

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Lim h-->0 (((.5 + h)5) - ((.5)5))/h

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Andre W.
New Wilmington, PA

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LIM x→1+ ((1/LN(x)) - (1/x2-1))

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Andre W.
New Wilmington, PA

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Find the Power Series of f(x) = ∫ 0->x et-1dt/t
NOTE: Assume the following: g(0) = Lim g(t) as t--->0

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Andre W.
New Wilmington, PA

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What is the conclusion of the ratio test when applied to Σ,∞,n=1 (n!)^2/(3n)!

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Andre W.
New Wilmington, PA

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Determine whether the following series is an absolute convergence, conditional convergence, or divergent and by what test: ∑,∞,n=1 ((-1)nln(n))/(2.5)n

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Jacob R.
Los Angeles, CA

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Use the sandwich theorem to find the limit of {(cos(n))/(10n^2)}

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Nataliya D.
Hallandale, FL

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Find the limit using limit theorem

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Rajesh P.
Wilmington, DE

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Evaluate the limit..
Lim x-->0 1-cos 5x / 1-cos 7x

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Philip K.
Lincolnshire, IL

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Find lim as (x, y)--->(0, 0) for (8x^2*y^2)/(x^4+y^4).
lim as (0, y)--->(0, 0) =0/y^4=0
lim as (x, 0)--->(0, 0) =0/x^4=0
The limit is 0, right?
But doesn't exist is the...

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Kevin K.
Saint Louis, MO

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Lim x →∞ [ x / 1 + x ] x
Evaluate

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Grigori S.
Kansas City, MO

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Evaluate the limit..
Lim x-->∞ 2x - 1 / x

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Grigori S.
Kansas City, MO

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Evaluate the limit..
Lim x-->0 1 - cos x / x2