Infinite Limits

Infinite Limits - to answer a limit problem, we are still...

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When f(x) increases without bound as x approaches c we write ( 29 x c lim f x = ∞
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Note that this means ( 29 x c lim f x - = ∞ ( 29 x c lim f x + = ∞ and
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When f(x) decreases without bound as x approaches c we write ( 29 x c lim f x = -∞
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Note that this also means ( 29 x c lim f x - = - ∞ ( 29 x c lim f x + = - ∞ and
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is not a number So when we use
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Unformatted text preview: to answer a limit problem, we are still saying that the limit does not exist . If but then we can only say that ( 29 x c lim f x- = ( 29 x c lim f x + = - ( 29 x c lim f x does not exist does not exist x lim x - 4 1 4...
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