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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jan11 awarded Nice Question Jan10 comment A proof of a property of limits @AdamRubinson, You're right. I don't know what to make of it now. Jan10 comment A proof of a property of limits Thanks, very nice reasoning. I might sound naive but how does one develop such familiarity with proving theorems/properties? Jan10 accepted A proof of a property of limits Jan10 revised A proof of a property of limits edited body Jan10 comment A proof of a property of limits Yes, you're right. It's $$n\to\infty$$ Jan10 accepted A limit of a function with two different $n^{\text{th}}$ roots Jan10 asked A proof of a property of limits Jan6 awarded Editor Jan6 revised A limit of a function with two different $n^{\text{th}}$ roots edited body Jan6 comment A limit of a function with two different $n^{\text{th}}$ roots Yes, absolutely. Thanks for noticing :) Jan6 asked A limit of a function with two different $n^{\text{th}}$ roots Jan6 awarded Scholar Jan6 awarded Supporter Jan6 comment Limit of some specific “almost Riemann” sums Thank you so much for this helpful answer :) The solution always looks easy when you see it, but I really struggled until I read your response. Mathematics is so wonderful :) Jan6 accepted Limit of some specific “almost Riemann” sums Jan6 awarded Student Jan6 asked Limit of some specific “almost Riemann” sums