For multivariable limits, the way my math books has taught me to prove they exist is to use the epsilon delta argument (for every epsilon > 0, there is a delta >0 ....). I have heard that for most cases you will almost never have to use this argument. Is this true? I know you can use the squeeze theorem on some cases but what about the others?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# General multivariable limits

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