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03112011, 02:03 PM
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03112011, 02:56 PM
if it's a limit, you use the derivative of whatever function you are using and figure out the number in which this case, if it is .999.... then you could say the limit is (infinty,1)u(1,infinity). and to find the function you started out with you would have to do the antiderivative of .999 which would go to .999x. so like i said before, all depends on the application of the number



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