CalcNotes0203-page9 - (Section 2.3 Limits and Infinity I...

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(Section 2.3: Limits and Infinity I) 2.3.9 PART E: VARIATIONS ON LIMIT FORMS Approaching 0 in Different Ways More precisely, we can write: Limit Form 1 ± ² 0 + This is because, for functions N and D , if Nx () ± 1, and Dx ±² ³ ´ µ , then approaches 0 from the right (or from above , since we’re dealing with y function values ) . The 0 + notation can help us if we want to be more descriptive about how the fraction is approaching 0, or if this limit analysis
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