The Squeeze Theorem Let’s start with a statement of the squeeze theorem. Theorem 1.1 Suppose \(g(x) \le f(x) \le h(x)\) and this is true for all \(x\) in a neighbourhood of \(x = a\) (except perhaps at \(x = a\)). Further, suppose \(\displaystyle \lim_{x \to a} g(x) = \displaystyle \lim_{x \to a} h(x) = L\). Then […]

## Archive for August, 2012

## Computing Limits II: The Squeeze Theorem – Limits and Continuity

Posted: 27th August 2012 by**admin**in Lectures

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Recently I had the opportunity to watch Why the \(x\) is Unknown TED talk from Terry Moore but I soon realized after talking to a colleague that the explanation Terry gives is much too simplified. Since there are cultural aspects to this question I’ve asked my colleague Carmen for her opinion. Have a listen in. Carmen, […]