Suppose I have a function that has:

"When x -> infinity, f(x) -> infinity"

(1)

How could I know the part of graph continue still going on with no stop point?

a)

You can say by trial and error for example.

But that not rigors reason.No?

b)

You can say by function investigation function you can "define" the of graph of infinity.

Why by little steps you can define it and not by huge number of step?

How do you know you have all the importation by ?

Why there is no loss of information by investigation so your know what about the continue part?

(2) Is the a site on the

continue part = the part to go infinity

"When x -> infinity, f(x) -> infinity"

(1)

How could I know the part of graph continue still going on with no stop point?

a)

You can say by trial and error for example.

But that not rigors reason.No?

b)

You can say by function investigation function you can "define" the of graph of infinity.

Why by little steps you can define it and not by huge number of step?

How do you know you have all the importation by ?

Why there is no loss of information by investigation so your know what about the continue part?

(2) Is the a site on the

*history of the development on the investigation of function*?continue part = the part to go infinity

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