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micromass
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Dec9-10, 03:10 PM
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No, the limit of f is independent of f(0). The limit of a function is what the function value should be to make the function continuous. In our situation, we have that the function is 0, except in the point zero. So if f(0)=0 (which is not the case), then the function f would be continuous. This means that the limit of f equals 0.