Constant b is called the *limit of the function*
f(x)
at x→a, if for any small number ε>0
there is the number δ>0
such as, for every x, satisfying condition

0<|x−a|<δ,

the inequality

|f(x)−b|<ε

is hold.

To *calculate the limit* one needs to know basic rules of limits calculation or use our online calculator.

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