Hi there, i'm having trouble understanding how to prove things using the [tex]\delta[/tex] [tex]\epsilon[/tex] definition. I have read a few other threads and sites, but I can't seem to put it together. For example, I came across this problem, if given lim(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{x-->a}f(x) = L, how would I prove (using delta-epsilon and without assuming that the limit of a sum of two functions is the sum of their individual limits) that the lim_{x-->a}[x+f(x)]=a+L ?

Thanks for the help!

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# Delta Epsilon Proofs

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