My Decoded Science article for July 25th is "How to Find Limits of Mathematical Functions".

Preview of My Original Images

"The Need for Limits" by Mike DeHaan
Entitled "The Need for Limits", I built this from an Excel spreadsheet.

"Achilles Distance as Function of the Gap" by Mike DeHaan
Spreadsheet graphics are also featured here, as well as a few touch-ups in Paint.

As usual, I WILL promote my article in my DeHaan Services blog. That entry is "What do La Niña and Mathematical Limits Have in Common?".

As well, my DeHaan Directory page, DeHaan Writing, graciously provides a link to the primary article.

Writing Tips

It is said that in the army, sergeants "Tell you what I'm going to tell you; tell you; and tell you what I just told you". These writing tips will be oddly familiar to my regular readers.

The first writing tip is about making your own images if necessary. I used Microsoft Excel and Paint for the above images.

The second writing tip is to publish original images at a site where you have the obvious copyright, before publishing at other sites. That just proves that you made the image.

The third and fourth writing tips are: to promote yourself, and to re-use images, where appropriate. My new article links back to my previous "Zeno's Paradox of Achilles and the Tortoise" article, and re-uses one of its images.

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