Question Number 10094 by Tawakalitu ayo mi last updated on 23/Jan/17

Prove that if   lim_(x→a)   f_1 (x) = L_1   and    lim_(x→a)    f_2 (x) = L_2  then lim_(x→a)  [f_1 (x)+f_2 (x)] = L_1 +L_2

Answered by sandy_suhendra last updated on 23/Jan/17

lim_(x→a) [f_1 (x)+f_2 (x)]  =lim_(x→a) f_1 (x) + lim_(x→a) f_2 (x) ⇒ limit theorem  = L_1  + L_2

Commented byTawakalitu ayo mi last updated on 23/Jan/17

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