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Infinite Limits at Infinity
Course Topic(s): One-Variable Calculus | Infinite Limits, Function Values and Integrals | Continuity and Limits
In the M-N definition of an infinite limit at infinity, students get to select M and then adjust N to satisfy the definition. There is only one function and there is no indication when N is correct even though it is not the minimum such N.
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Creator(s): Abby Brown
Contributor(s): Wolfram Demonstrations Project
This resource was cataloged by Philip YasskinPublisher:
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Resource copyright: Wolfram Demonstrations Project
This review was published on February 02, 2011
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