3 Answered Questions for the topic Epsilon
In formally proving that lim x → 1 ( x^ 3 − x^ 2 + 2 x ) = 2 , let ε > 0 be arbitrary. Choose δ = min ( ε/m , 1 ) . Determine m .
i know how to do these problems i just don't know how to do it when you factor it out and it equals x(x^2-x+2)
In formally proving that lim x → − 5 ( 1/6 x + 9 ) = 49/6 , let ε > 0 be arbitrary. Determine δ as a function of
Note: in this case δ will be a function of ε. You will need to write the word epsilon for ε in the answerbox