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15 Feb 2012, 07:24 

MHajduk
Hehe.


16 Feb 2012, 14:34 

revolution
So:
lim(ⅹ→∞)[⅟(ⅹ∞)] = 8 

16 Feb 2012, 14:44 

MHajduk
Lovely math heresies.


16 Feb 2012, 14:50 

Yardman
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18 Feb 2012, 03:24 

Yardman
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18 Feb 2012, 03:24 

DOS386
Quote: lim( ⅹ→8 )[⅟( ⅹ8 )] = ∞ unless I'm missing something this is wrong ... the result is ambigious +∞ and ∞ should be: 

23 Feb 2012, 06:39 

mindcooler
Not ambiguous if x > 8 is positive limit. But as the negative limit does not equal the negative limit, the entire limit is undefined.


23 Feb 2012, 15:40 

DOS386
mindcooler wrote: Not ambiguous, x > 8 is positive limit ??? Quote: But as the negative limit does not equal the negative limit ??? Quote: the entire limit is undefined. That's what I said ... and fixed One more: See also: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=14005 Moved from Test to the HE** Last edited by DOS386 on 23 Feb 2012, 15:45; edited 1 time in total 

23 Feb 2012, 15:43 

mindcooler
I edited my post, should be a "+" if it is the positive limit, so the limit is actually undefined in the example.


23 Feb 2012, 15:45 

DOS386
> I edited my post
still strange 

23 Feb 2012, 15:46 

mindcooler
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23 Feb 2012, 15:52 

Tomasz Grysztar
mindcooler wrote: Not ambiguous if x > 8 is positive limit. But as the negative limit does not equal the negative limit, the entire limit is undefined. Projective spaces are nice. 

23 Feb 2012, 15:55 

mindcooler
That's a big if


23 Feb 2012, 16:01 

DOS386
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onesided_limit
The original example is NOT written as Onesided_limit > It is defined if you take the Nice, but my fix is simpler 

23 Feb 2012, 16:01 

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