Answer to Question #18297 in Real Analysis for Matthew Lind

Question #18297
Using the epsilon-delta definition of the limit prove that if lim x-->a f(x) and lim x-->a g(x) exist, then lim x-->a [f(x)+g(x)] = lim x-->a f(x) + lim x-->a g(x).
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2012-11-12T10:41:17-0500
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13.11.12, 14:20

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12.11.12, 20:08

Excellent answer, thank you very much.

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