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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: sigurd.ss@gmail.com Date: 23 May, 2008 23:29:08 Message: 1 of 20 
Hi, 
This is a problem with floating point math. 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: Roger Stafford Date: 24 May, 2008 04:55:03 Message: 3 of 20 
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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: John D'Errico Date: 24 May, 2008 10:39:03 Message: 4 of 20 
"Roger Stafford" <ellieandrogerxyzzy@mindspring.com.invalid> wrote in 
Just a minor comment on John's reply: 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: John D'Errico Date: 24 May, 2008 13:45:03 Message: 6 of 20 
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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: carlos lopez Date: 26 May, 2008 01:17:02 Message: 7 of 20 
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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: carlos lopez Date: 26 May, 2008 01:32:01 Message: 8 of 20 
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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: Roger Stafford Date: 26 May, 2008 03:49:01 Message: 9 of 20 
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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: carlos lopez Date: 26 May, 2008 11:51:01 Message: 10 of 20 
"Roger Stafford" <ellieandrogerxyzzy@mindspring.com.invalid> 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: John D'Errico Date: 26 May, 2008 12:17:04 Message: 11 of 20 
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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: sigurd.ss@gmail.com Date: 27 May, 2008 16:47:16 Message: 12 of 20 
On May 26, 5:17 am, "John D'Errico" <woodch...@rochester.rr.com> 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: Peter Perkins Date: 27 May, 2008 17:44:35 Message: 13 of 20 
sigurd.ss@gmail.com wrote: 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: Roger Stafford Date: 27 May, 2008 18:05:08 Message: 14 of 20 
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Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: Peter Perkins Date: 27 May, 2008 19:25:25 Message: 15 of 20 
Roger Stafford wrote: 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: carlos lopez Date: 27 May, 2008 21:07:01 Message: 16 of 20 
Peter Perkins <Peter.PerkinsRemoveThis@mathworks.com> wrote 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: Greg Heath Date: 27 May, 2008 23:42:33 Message: 17 of 20 

Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: carlos lopez Date: 28 May, 2008 12:46:02 Message: 18 of 20 
sigurd.ss@gmail.com wrote in message 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: John D'Errico Date: 28 May, 2008 13:24:02 Message: 19 of 20 
"carlos lopez" <clv2clv_00000000_@adinet.com.uy> wrote in message 
Subject: x> 0 limit problem in MATLAB? From: carlos lopez Date: 28 May, 2008 14:11:06 Message: 20 of 20 
"John D'Errico" <woodchips@rochester.rr.com> wrote in 
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