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Topic: Simple analytical properties of n/d
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Simple analytical properties of n/d
Posted: Mar 3, 2013 5:38 PM
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Survey: does anybody find that:

lim_d->oo lim_n->d n/d = 1

It's clear that it does, for all values of d e N.

Then, as a function f = n/d from N to R[0,1], d e N, n <= d E N, is it
not constant monotone increasing? If not increasing, how is lim_n->d
n/d = 1?

Answer: it is.

Regards,

Ross Finlayson



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