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"Assume f(x) > or = g(x) for all x in some set A on which f and g are defined. Show that for any limit point c of A we must have lim x-->c...

"Assume f(x) > or = g(x) for all x in some set A on which f and g are defined. Show that for any limit point c of A we must have lim x-->c f(x) > or = lim x--> g(x).

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