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II. Limits and Continuity: Lecture 7 | 6:16 min
In this lesson, Professor John Zhu gives an introduction to limits. This whole lecture is just mulitple-choice practice problems to help you solve for limits.
Post by Steve Denton on October 5, 2012
No typo error on #1. 5sqrt(2)/2 = 5/sqrt(2) as is on D choice.I agree with Kyle here.
Post by John Zhu on August 12, 2013
Thanks Steve and Kyle, there is NO typo. The correct answer is indeed 5/sqrt(2).
Post by John Michael Musaazi on February 1 at 10:46:00 AM
how do you get the 16 and the 8h on example practice 2
Post by Jung Cho on March 24 at 11:35:24 PM
I know that the cosine of pi/4 is sqrt2/2, but does the coefficient of 7 have any effect on the answer?
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