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We know that a constant can be moved through limit sign. However, according to my understanding, this result follows from the theorem that the limit of a product is equal to the product of the limits, and when one of the multiplicand of the product is a constant, then if we take the limit of the constant, it will equal to the constant itself.

But is there an intuitive or graphical way of showing that a constant can be moved through a limit sign?

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# A constant can be moved through limit sign-any intuitive way to understand this?

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