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Here is a simple example using Maple to show that doesn't exist.

  > ex1 := int(1/x,x=a..2);

  > limit(ex1,a=0,right);

Try these out yourself, using the limit and int commands in Maple. The example above used the right option to limit because the right-hand limit was needed. If you need a left-hand limit, use the left option in the limit command.

Sean O Anderson
Wed Jan 17 10:43:17 EST 1996