While solving problems regarding Epsilon-delta definition of limit from my text book i found that every answer was like ε= a×∂,where a was any constant.Is it necessary that ε should always be directly proportional to ∂ for limit to exist?? Cant they be inversely proportional? If they can please give me an example of that kind of function ( i didnt find any kind of function like that in my text book)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Epsilon-delta definition of limit

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