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English: 3D plot of z = abs(x)y showing how different limits are reached along different curves approaching (0,0).
Deutsch: 3D-Zeichnung von z= abs(x)y mit der Veranschaulichung, wie verschiedene Funktionen unterschiedliche Grenzwerte bei (0;0) erreichen, da die Fläche bei (0;0) in eine senkrechte Gerade entartet.
Date 2007-04-02 (first version); 2007-04-10 (last version)
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Author Original uploader was Sam Derbyshire at en.wikipedia Later version(s) were uploaded by Atropos235 at en.wikipedia.
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