a function, say f, can be integrated m times (say m less than infinity) AND its first derivative is bounded and continuous. could someone provide some examples of this?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i'm trying to show f(x) will go to 0 as x-> infinity but i think if i could think of some examples, it might be a good place to start and/or get a feel of this problem.

we're dealing in Reals btw, R+

thanks in advance.

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# Can I get some examples of a function with following properies

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