limits and continuity in R^n
(1.3 hours to learn)
The concept of a limit extends naturally to functions of multiple variables, and higher-dimensional limits share many of the same properties as the single-variable ones.
This concept has the prerequisites:
Core resources (read/watch one of the following)
→ Multivariable Mathematics
A textbook on linear algebra and multivariable calculus with proofs.
Location: Section 2.3, "Limits and continuity," pages 72-78
- topology of R^n
→ Multivariable Calculus
An introductory multivariable calculus textbook.
Location: Section 13.3, "Limits and continuity," pages 860-866
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