# Squeeze Theorem Example

The Squeeze Theorem is a very useful theorem which allows you to compute limits of some trickier functions. This applet allows you to explore the Squeeze Theorem visually, in particular it gives a visual reasoning as to why $lim_{x \to 0} x(\sin{(\frac{1}{x})}+\cos{(\frac{1}{x})}) = 0.$

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Target Group (Age)
19+
Language
English (United States)

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