Let f be a function that has a finite limit at infinity. It is true that this alone is not enough to show that its derivative converges to zero at infinity. So I was wondering weather there were any additional conditions for f that could give the desired outcome. I am also aware of Barbalat's Lemma but this requires uniform continuity, a property which in many occasions is not easy to verify. Thank you
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