Limit Laws - Root Law

in MES Science2 years ago (edited)

In this video I go over Law 11 from my Limit Laws Part 2 video (see related videos below) which is the root law and prove it by using the Limit of a Composite Function theorem which I proved earlier (see related videos below as well).


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Limit Laws – Root Law

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Root Law: (Law 11 from Limit Laws Part 2 Video)

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Where n is a positive integer.

Note: If n is even, assume that:

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Proof

Using Limit of a Composite Function Theorem

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