Squeeze Theorem - A Brief Explanation

in MES Science4 months ago (edited)

In this video I explain what the squeeze theorem is and illustrate its use through solving an example where determining the limit of a function is not straight forward. This is especially useful when computing the limits of trigonometric functions. Also, if you are taking first year calculus then you will most likely see this in an exam.

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