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For more information, please see full course syllabus of College Calculus: Level I

For more information, please see full course syllabus of College Calculus: Level I

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### Formal Definition of a Limit

- Depending on your instructor, you may spend only a little time on this topic.
- These epsilon-delta proofs are very important in advanced mathematics!
- Try to follow the geometrical idea behind the proofs.
- Your instructor or your textbook may have sample proofs on which you can base your proofs.

### Formal Definition of a Limit

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- Intro 0:00
- Formal Definition 0:13
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- Epsilon and Delta
- Lecture Example 1 1:40
- Lecture Example 2 9:20
- Additional Example 3
- Additional Example 4

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Post by enya zh on August 21, 2015

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Post by candace castro on March 6, 2015

why did you choose to start with (at 11:19) |x-3| instead of |x+3|?

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Last reply by: Sitora Muhamedova

Fri May 17, 2013 10:15 PM

Post by kelly Akum on July 18, 2012

Is 6 a choosen # of delta?

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Last reply by: Lydon Palmer

Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:13 AM

Post by Alexandre Becker on October 23, 2011

Why does she use the delta less than one?

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Post by John Powell on May 30, 2011

Very clear lecture on this complicated topic. I liked the schema she presented as an aid in organizing your thinking in solving these kinds of problems.

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Last reply by: Galyna Bartkiv

Thu Jul 15, 2010 6:35 PM

Post by Carl Charles on June 14, 2010

what does epsilon stand for in the proof?

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Post by Christina Booker on December 30, 2009

I was following the lessons fine but this freaks me out! I do not even begin to understand this lesson. I plan to watch it again so maybe something will sink in. WOW this is tough. A little more explaination is needed for me. I am really confused.