Subject: Cauchy's limit
Date: Mon, 03 Nov 1997 02:22:39 PST
From: "Pedro Beltrão"

Hi,

I'm a portuguese first year biochemestry student, and I´ve been having some difficulties on some maths subjects. I was looking in your site and I found the section were people post questions but I could not post one myself ( memory problems or something) so here goes my question.

If lim Fx=l and lim Gx=m when x-»c. How can I prove that, according to Couchy´s definition of limit that lim Fx/Gx=ml/m when x-»c (tends to c)?

Thank you for your time.

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