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Limits of Functions : Prove (using the definitions of the limit at infinity and at a real number) that if lim x-> + or - ∞ (infinity) of f(x) = + or - ∞, then lim x-> + or - ∞ of 1/f(x) = 0.

Prove (using the definitions of the limit at infinity and at a real number) that if
lim x-> + or - ∞ (infinity) of f(x) = + or - ∞, then lim x-> + or - ∞ of 1/f(x) = 0.

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