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  1. Limits are essential to calculus (and mathematical analysis in general) and are used to define continuity, derivatives and integrals.
  2. Limits are the easiest way to provide rigorous foundations for calculus, and for this reason they are the standard approach. (Web site)
  3. Limits are introduced not by formal definition but by means of examples of sufficient cogency to make the concept seem worthwhile and useful. (Web site)
  4. Limits are not specified, but changes in engine requirements according season and location are discussed. (Web site)
  5. Limits are often placed on the degree to which the interest rate or the payments can vary. (Web site)


  1. The Bad The cost is higher then most, the bandwidth limits are low.
  2. This also means that you will not hit the bandwidth limits.
  3. In addition to the lack of features, there also exist limits on bandwidth and disk storage.


  1. Generic limits in the woody members in particular are unsatisfactory, but the limits of genera like Lysimachia are also unclear (Anderberg et al. (Web site)
  2. In such a design, the gutter must be positioned a particular distance below the drip edge, which also limits the ability to retrofit the drip edge assembly. (Web site)
  3. As noted above, a topos is a category C having all finite limits and hence in particular the empty limit or final object 1. (Web site)


  1. The extreme cases: products and all finite limits; equality types; discussion of the meaning of quantifiers with respect to equality types. (Web site)
  2. Large Baltic herring slightly exceeds recommended limits with respect to PCB and dioxin.


  1. Caps - Limits on changes in ARM interest rates or monthly payments, either in an adjustment period or over the life of the loan.
  2. All strength in life has its limits and this limit was amply exceeded by the Resistance, in almost inhuman endurance. (Web site)
  3. Of course there must be limits to what we will accept, but so far neither our society nor our way of life is under threat. (Web site)


  1. With the VPS, the truth is there are limits of processes, but you are not limited in sending e-mail messages.


  1. Recall that the population parameter will lie between the upper and lower limits of the confidence interval.


  1. The limits in these examples exist, but have different values, showing that the two-variable function x y has no limit at the point (0,0). (Web site)
  2. The dual version of this statement (for homotopy limits and homotopy pullbacks) is discussed in more detail in the examples below. (Web site)


  1. The Rules of Civil Procedure govern how interrogatories are to be written and served, and establishes limits on the number of questions that can be included.
  2. The limits of the inquiry as to facts are determined by the pleadings and the rules of evidence.
  3. It was then asserted that equity was bounded by no certain limits or rules, and that it was alone controlled by conscience and natural justice.


  1. BOUNDARIES - The perimeters or limits of a parcel of land as fixed by legal description which is usually a metes and bounds description.
  2. Bugs will be fixed as soon as possible, within the limits of the DSpace team's technical support resources.
  3. The eastern limits of Hashtadan had been previously fixed as far north as the Hari Rud river at Toman Agha.


  1. Significance An effect is significant if the value of the statistic used to test it lies outside acceptable limits i.e. (Web site)
  2. The 95% CL Mean columns are the confidence limits for the expected value of each observation.
  3. The value of the renew-till field may still be limited by local limits, or limits selected by the individual principal or server. (Web site)


  1. Once again, if this ratio falls within prescribed limits, the lender will qualify you for the loan.
  2. Ask your lender for details and confirmation of current limits.
  3. Loan officer An official representative of a lending institution who is empowered to act on behalf of the lender within certain limits.

Term Limits

  1. Without this finding, term limits might be constitutional under the Time, Place and Manner clause of the Constitution. (Web site)
  2. The Mayor and members of the Board of Supervisors are subject to term limits under the San Francisco Charter.
  3. News that Tom Golisano will oppose the change to term limits was, initially, seen as a boost to critics of the plan.

Supreme Court

  1. Term limits for the Supreme Court: life tenure reconsidered.
  2. January 30: The Supreme Court of Canada upholds a law allowing parents to spank their children within "reasonable limits". (Web site)


  1. Once the photographer has determined the exposure, aperture stops can be traded for halvings or doublings of speed, within limits. (Web site)
  2. The size of the telescope's objective lens, or aperture, limits the amount of power that can be used effectively.
  3. The aperture for a binocular, spotting scope or monocular is fixed and limits the amount of light gathered through an optical lens.


  1. Jumbo Loan - A loan for $417,000 or more in the continental United States (Alaska and Hawaii limits are higher).
  2. States can set their own limits as long as these limits are not higher than the federal ones. (Web site)
  3. Conforming Loan - A mortgage loan for up to $417,000 in the continental United States (Alaska and Hawaii limits are higher).


  1. Second, specific types of engines have lower limits on their efficiency due to the inherent irreversibility of the engine cycle they use. (Web site)


  1. There are also certain guarantees about the existence of limits and colimits in the context of comma categories. (Web site)
  2. A way of ensuring the existence of limits of infinite series as above is to restrict attention to complete vector spaces, i.e.
  3. In fact, many academics consider it a rigorous justification for the existence and limits of the state.


  1. Those limits are not relevant to the claim that there is no bijection between N and the set of functions from N to {0,1}.
  2. It was alleged that plaintiff had offered to settle the claim within the policy limits and defendant, acting in bad faith, had refused to do so. (Web site)
  3. A dependent claim refers back to and further limits another claim or claims. (Web site)


  1. The Rules of Thumb do not describe the outer limits of fair use; they describe a "safe harbor" within the bounds of fair use.


  1. This would mean an older Universe (greater than 14 Ga) and would mean that the oldest galaxies now detected lie inside the limits of the knowable Cosmos.
  2. We are not saying that the bservations all lie between mean - SD and mean + SD. In fact, we expect about one third of them to be outside these limits. (Web site)
  3. What is the mean of X*Y The two functions are not independant and have limits from 0 to infinity.


  1. In particular, the statement that a series {W n } limits to W as n goes to infinity, means that Pr{W n - W}=1.
  2. The category Top is both complete and cocomplete, which means that all small limits and colimits exist in Top. (Web site)
  3. And you only need finite limits and colimits, which means that you can define a notion of "field" internal to any category with finite limits and colimits.


  1. The limits in this case are not infinite, but rather undefined: there is no value that g(x) settles in on. (Web site)
  2. Ashcroft, a case that will test the limits of Congress's power to extend the term of copyrights. (Web site)
  3. In that case, the property will never be entered into an MLS. Naturally, that limits the exposure of the property to only one agency. (Web site)


  1. Daily price limits set by the exchanges are subject to change. (Web site)
  2. Because these maximums are linked to the conforming loan limit and average area home prices, FHA loan limits are periodically subject to change.
  3. This means you can continue to deduct the interest you pay on your home mortgage, subject to the limits described in this publication. (Web site)


  1. The CLM option requests that PROC REG display the % lower and upper confidence limits for the mean predicted values.
  2. The values a and b, the end-points of the interval, are called the limits of integration of f. (Web site)
  3. The United States, as a society which values the role of law, has legally defined limits on the power of government.


  1. Although tables have usually a built-in safety margin, one shouldn't dive to the limits.
  2. As you can see from the exposure limits in the tables (Table 4), as the inspired oxygen partial pressure increases, the exposure time decreases. (Web site)
  3. RELRISK requests relative risk measures and their confidence limits for 2 ×2 tables.


  1. While there are limits to the size of FHA loans, they are generous enough to handle moderate-priced homes almost anywhere in the country.
  2. While there are limits to the loan amount of FHA loans, they are generous enough to handle moderately-priced homes almost anywhere in the country.
  3. Also, South Holland is a "dry" town; that is, no alcohol is sold anywhere within the city limits.


  1. The aperture and the size of the Airy disk determine the limits of the scope to resolve two close point sources. (Web site)
  2. This was compounded by a policy of only signing Basque players which exists to this day; this severely limits the scope of transfer targets. (Web site)
  3. Specification or Respect: Limits the scope of a verb or an adjective. (Web site)


  1. L. Rev. 1105, 1110 (1990) ("The doctrine of fair use limits the scope of the copyright monopoly in furtherance of its utilitarian objective.
  2. He, blessed be His name, has not confined Himself within the narrow limits of any school of doctrine, high, low, or moderate. (Web site)
  3. The doctrine of equivalents has certain limits. (Web site)


  1. So long as the doctrine of equivalents does not encroach beyond the limits just described, or beyond related limits to be discussed infra, at 11-15, 20, n. (Web site)


  1. We may discover resources on the moon or Mars that will boggle the imagination, that will test our limits to dream.
  2. For slightly over nine years the extreme limits of the moon are outside the range of sunrise.
  3. Weight limits forced so much material to be left on the Moon. (Web site)

Highest Altitude

  1. The highest altitude of the Moon on a day varies and has nearly the same limits as the Sun.


  1. Whilst you can drive your car onto Lantau, the road system is limited and much of the island is zoned as a national park and is off limits to vehicles. (Web site)
  2. Much of Lantau is zoned as a national park and is off limits to vehicles without a permit.
  3. He wants to undo an annexation, which made the speedway, and the land around it that had been zoned for motorsports, part of the city limits.


  1. Short descriptions and examples for limits, derivatives, and integrals.
  2. If some quantities are computed as integrals over energy or another physical quantity, these cutoffs determine the limits of integration.

Logarithmic Functions

  1. Lines, algebraic functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, limits, derivatives, and integrals, with applications.
  2. See also: Table of limits, list of integrals of logarithmic functions. (Web site)


  1. Since many common constructions in mathematics are limits or colimits, this provides a wealth of information.
  2. The branch of mathematics that deals with limits and the differentiation and integration of functions of one or more variables. (Web site)
  3. In mathematics, the direct limit (also called the inductive limit) is a general method of taking limits of "directed families of objects".


  1. Neoclassical economics usually assumes that marginal changes are infinitesimals or limits. (Web site)


  1. I believe we can accept a definition which limits the set of formal and technical rules mentioned to the sphere of popular music.
  2. Limits of nets of Riemann sums, in the definition of the Riemann integral. (Web site)

Cauchy Sequences

  1. The existence of limits of Cauchy sequences is what makes calculus work and is of great practical use. (Web site)
  2. Further, all Cauchy sequences with respect to the norm converge to limits in B. (Web site)

Fcc Rules

  1. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. (Web site)

Recreational Diving

  1. As your desire to dive deeper and stay longer expands, you leave the realm of recreational diving and the no decompression limits that you were taught.

Exact Sequences

  1. AB5*) A satisfies AB3*), and filtered limits of exact sequences are exact.


  1. Functors that preserve finite limits are often said to be left exact. (Web site)

Interest Rate

  1. Consumer safeguard which limits the amount the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage loan (ARM) can change over the life of the loan. (Web site)
  2. Once the initial term is over, the interest rate on an ARM loan may go up within specified limits over predetermined intervals during the course of the loan. (Web site)
  3. Limits how much the interest rate or the monthly payment can increase, either at each adjustment or during the life of the mortgage. (Web site)

Nitrogen Narcosis

  1. When we dive on air we have to consider nitrogen narcosis and No Decompression Limits (NDL) when planning dives.
  2. Deaths attributed to nitrogen narcosis occur mostly among sport divers who exceed recreational limits.

Oxygen Toxicity

  1. Use of helium-based breathing gases such as trimix reduces nitrogen narcosis and stays below the limits of oxygen toxicity. (Web site)
  2. Exceeding the operational limits of a gas can cause problems with either nitrogen narcosis or oxygen toxicity. (Web site)
  3. Also, Steve Lewis has posted some great articles on his blog about managing oxygen exposure, Daily Limits for Oxygen Toxicity and About Oxygen Part One. (Web site)


  1. A payment cap limits how much the payment due on the loan can increase or decrease. (Web site)
  2. The payment cap limits the amount the payment can increase or decrease for each adjustment period.


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