(Section 2.6: The Squeeze (Sandwich) Theorem) 2.6.10.Here is the graph of fx()=sinxx, together with the squeezing graphs of y=±1xand y=1x: (Figure 2.6.c) Modifications of the Squeeze (Sandwich) Theorem for “Long-Run” Limits• To show that limx±²=L, we show that limxBx=L, and limxTx=L, and we require ±±on an x-interval of the form c,±for some real constant c. Note: In Example 4, we used
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