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limit point

n.
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limit point

n
(Mathematics) maths (of a set) a point that is the limit of a sequence of points in the set. Also called: accumulation point
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Noun1.limit point - the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity
indefinite quantity - an estimated quantity
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