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Good afternoon. I have a midterm coming up, and my professor has given us a few definitions I have never seen before. I cannot seem to make sense of what she is doing, and barely can understand what she is asking for, even when she steps us through them. I was wondering if I could get a plain-english description of what she is looking for, and how to do, the attached question. Thanks!

 

 

Problem Set 2
For practice only, no need to submit the solutions.
1. Using E-6 definition, prove that
1
lim
= +o0
Fill out the following table:
10100 1,000 10,000
Reminder: lm2o f(x) = +00 if for any e > 0 there exists a d > 0 such that for any x
if x - ol then f(x) > e
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Problem Set 2 For practice only, no need to submit the solutions. 1. Using E-6 definition, prove that 1 lim = +o0 Fill out the following table: 10100 1,000 10,000 Reminder: lm2o f(x) = +00 if for any e > 0 there exists a d > 0 such that for any x if x - ol then f(x) > e

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From the given information it is needed to prove the following:

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1 lim = +c0 (1-x)

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Use the below mention definition to prove the following:

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lim f (x) o if for every number e > 0 such that f (x) >E whenever x-a

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Now come to the giv...

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let &>0 be given by definition(a 1) so, Jx-1<8 1 consider 1 1 = E (1-x (1-x) as, -x< 1 1-xf< 1-xP 1 = E o, 1 therefore, f(x) E 1 so, lim x1 =+00 (1-x

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