Thursday, September 22, 2016

Unizor - Derivatives - Function Limits - Exercise 1

Notes to a video lecture on

Function Limit - Exercise

Try to do these exercises yourself.

All function limits below are supposed to be calculated as argument x tends to positive infinity, that is infinitely increasing without bounds, eventually getting larger than any real number fixed beforehand and staying larger than that number ever since.
In other words, we say that
f(x)→L as x→+∞, if
ε>0 ∃A: (x ≥ A)⇒|f(x)−L| ≤ ε

Find the limits of the following functions as their argument xinfinitely increasing.

1. (2x²+3x+4)/(3x²+4x+5)

2. (2x³+3x+4)/(3x²+4x+5)
Answer: Function will be infinitely increasing or, non-rigorously, its limit is +∞

3. (2x²+3x+4)/(3x³+4x+5)

4. x·sin(1/x)

5. x/3x
Hint: Prove that n+1 ≤ 2n for all natural n and expand it to all real x ≥ 1

6. x2/3x
Hint: Prove that (n+1)2 ≤ 2n for all natural n ≥ 6 and expand it to all real x ≥ 6

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