|Jun5-10, 12:40 PM||#1|
basic limit question (limit of h as h approach 0)
Why is the lim(h->0) of h = 0?
I'm new to this so I'm probably being thrown by the change in variable? Is it because we assume f is a function of h, f(h) = h which we know is continous from other proofs elsewhere, which gives
lim(h->0) f(h) = f(0)
lim(h->0) h = 0
|Jun5-10, 12:45 PM||#2|
That's exactly right. And you'll go far in mathematics with such a healthily skeptical outlook!
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