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8 5 If lim  = oo (infinity), then what does lim  = ? x>0 x x>0 x answer: (write 5 on it's side) And the following variation: From: Omar Lakkis <omar#NoSpam.sam.math.ethz.ch> Since one has lim (8/n) = oo, n>0 then for each Z, one has lim (Z/n) = N. n>0
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I saw the following scrawled on a math office blackboard in college: 1 + 1 = 3, for large values of 1
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lim  8>9 \/ 8 = 3
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"The integral of e to the x is equal to f of the quantity u to the n."
/ x n  e = f(u ) /
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Fuller's Law of Cosmic Irreversability:
1 pot T > 1 pot P but 1 pot P /> 1 pot T
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lim sin(x) n > oo  = 6 n Proof: cancel the n in the numerator and denominator.
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From: "RepliconKing none" <repliconking#NoSpam.hotmail.com> here's a variation of the sin(x)/n = 6 formula : sec(x) lim  = "infinite sex" c > 0 c^2
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From: matsb#NoSpam.elixir.e.kth.se (Mats Bengtsson)
lim 3 = 8 omega>infinity (Or for native LaTex speakers: $$\lim_{\omega \to \infty} 3 = 8$$)
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November 23 October 28 From: Ciro Durà¥‡n <cirojota#NoSpam.hotmail.com> 'oo' is for infinity lim n>oo x^2 = oo Therefore lim n>oo x^3 = ooo
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From: Cal Herrmann <arminius#NoSpam.nature.Berkeley.EDU>
2 and 2 is 22
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