Unformatted text preview: an-value theorem (p. 613)
10.6 The Indeterminate Form (∞/∞) ; other Indeterminate Forms limit of a sequence (p. 595) uniqueness of the limit (p. 597) convergent, divergent (p. 597) pinching theorem (p. 600) Every convergent sequence is bounded (p. 597); thus, every unbounded sequence is divergent. A bounded, monotonic sequence converges. (p. 598) Suppose that cn → c as n → ∞, and all the cn are in the domain of f . If f is continuous at c, then f (cn ) → f (c). (p. 601)
10.4 Some Important Limits L Hopital’s rule...
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