{ lim (h,k) -> (0,0) } |B(h,k)| / |(h,k)| = 0 for an arbitrary bilinear function. But why? It seems obvious if B = 0 but this is true for ANY bilinear. I'm trying to figure this out so that I can see the definition a general derivative better.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Bilinear limit

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