Signed area graph problem

11272016, 07:06 PM
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RE: Signed area graph problem
(11272016 06:09 PM)lrdheat Wrote: From an intuitive point of view, how can this function be approaching a specific limit f(X), X=0 of 1/4 if the function is not approaching that specific limit? (I.e., function becomes increasingly erratic as we get arbitrarily close to X?) In the range we are interested in, the solution to √(TAN(X)+1) = √(SIN(X)+1) is X=0. Both functions are well behaved in that interval. I concede that there is no reason for the original function to behave erratically other than a lack of precision as X approaches 0. Sorry to have taken you down the wrong trail. Mark Hardman Ceci n'est pas une signature. 

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