Limit from the Right
Limit from Above
A onesided limit which, in the example ,
restricts x such that x > 0.
In general, a limit
from the right restricts domain variable to values greater than
the number the domain variable approaches. When a limit is taken
from the right it is written or .
For
example, since tends
toward ∞ as x gets
closer and closer to 0 from the right.
See
also
Limit from the left, infinity
