A book review on A Feeling of Belonging by Shirley Jennifer Lim.

The review must

1. Identify and evaluate the argument of the book. What, exactly is the author arguing in this text? How well does she support the argument, and with what types of evidence? Is the argument ultimately persuasive? unpersuasive? In what ways? Make sure to consider the different facets of the author's arguments
2. Consider the overall strengths and weaknesses of this text. Evaluate the author's writing style, the way in which the text is organized, parts of the book which you found particularly, compelling, parts which you felt were problematic or underdeveloped, etc.
3. Consider whether or not you think these text is an effective and desirable one to assign in a course on American women's history. What are the advantages and disadvantages of assigning this text in a course like ours.

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1. Identify and evaluate the argument of the book. What, exactly is the author arguing in this text? How well does she support the argument, and with what types of evidence? Is the argument ultimately persuasive? unpersuasive? In what ways? Make sure to consider the different facets of the au

Let X be a subset of R, let E be a subset of X, let x_0 be an adherent point of E, and let f: X-->R, g: X-->R, h: X-->R be functions such that f(x) <= g(x) <= h(x) for all x belonging to E.
If we have lim of x-->x_0; x belonging to E of f(x) = lim of x-->x_0; x belonging to E of h(x) = L for some real number L, show that lim

1. (L'Hopital's Rule) Show that if f,g:X->R, x0 belonging to X is a limit point of X such that f(x0) = g(x0) = 0, f,g are differentiable at x0, and g'(x0) != 0, then there is some delta > 0 such that g(x) != 0 for all x belonging to (X INTERSECTION (x0 - delta, x0 + delta) and
lim x->x0 [f(x)/g(x)] = f'(x0) / g'(x0) .
Hint

Find the limits using L'Hopital's rule where appropriate. If there is a more elementary method, consider using it. If L'Hospital's rule does not apply explain why.
1) lim as x approaches -1 (x^2 -1) / (x + 1)
2) lim as x approaches -1 (x^9 -1) / (x^5 - 1)
3) lim as x approaches -2 (x+2) / (x^2 +3x + 2)
4) lim as x approa

Given that lim x-->a f(x)= 1
and lim x-->a g(x)= 0
and lim x-->a h(x)= -16
Find each of the limits (please show work). If the limit does not exist state why.
a)lim x-->a f(x)g(x)
b)lim x--->a (the square root of h(x))
c) lim x-->a f(x)/g(x)
d) lim x-->a g(x)/(8f(x)+h(x))

Propose a definition for limit superior lim sup_x-->x_0;x belonging to E of f(x) and limit inferior lim inf_x-->x_0; x belonging to E of f(x) and then propose an analogue of the following for your definition and prove that analogue
Let X be a subet of R, let f: X-->R be a function, let E be a subset of X, let x_0 be an adher