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Limit mistake in 3.9.85.0 (20101015)
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How do you do?
I found this mistake:
limit[x/(2x+1),∞] = 0.5 > OK
But
f(x)= If[x<1,x,x/(2x+1)]
limit[f(x),∞] = indeterminate > ?
I think Geogebra always says 'indeterminate' in "functions by parts" with ∞ / ∞
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This way it works: limit[f,∞]
but I filed it as a bug anyway: http://www.geogebra.org/tra...
Yes, but
Limit[f(x),∞] = ∞
is OK. I think the problem is also in the indeterminate.
And there's another wrong limit:
Limit[ sin(x) / x , ∞] = indeterminate
This limit is 0.
Thanks
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