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[tex] \lim_{a→0-}\frac{1}{a} = \lim_{b→0+}\frac{1}{b} [/tex]

Is this statement true? How can one prove its truth/falsity? Would we need to use the precise Cauchy definition of the limit to do this?

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# Can these limits be proven to be equal?

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