# limit

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**Limit theorem**— may refer to: * Central limit theorem, in probability theory * Edgeworth s limit theorem, in economics …92

**limit or MOC order**— limit order or MOC order limit or market on close, an order type. Refers to an order which may be filled at or better than the limit during the trading day, but which if not already traded must be filled at the prevailing market price during the… …93

**limit gauge**— noun (engineering) A gauge used to verify that a part has been made to within specified dimensional limits • • • Main Entry: ↑limit …94

**Limit of Positive Stability**— or LPS is the angle at which a boat will no longer stay upright but will capsize becoming inverted. It is also known as the Angle of Vanishing Stability or AVS. For example, if a boat with an LPS of 120 degrees rolls past this point it will… …95

**limit of endurance**— index capacity (maximum) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …96

**limit of detection**— Limit of Detection Предел обнаружения Минимальное количество вещества, которое может быть обнаружено с помощью данного метода …97

**limit something to somebody**— ˈlimit sth to sb/sth derived usually passive to make sth exist or happen only in a particular place or within a particular group • Violent crime is not limited to big cities. • The teaching of history should not be limited to dates and figures.… …98

**limit something to something**— ˈlimit sth to sb/sth derived usually passive to make sth exist or happen only in a particular place or within a particular group • Violent crime is not limited to big cities. • The teaching of history should not be limited to dates and figures.… …99

**Limit superior and limit inferior**— In mathematics, the limit inferior (also called infimum limit, liminf, inferior limit, lower limit, or inner limit) and limit superior (also called supremum limit, limsup, superior limit, upper limit, or outer limit) of a sequence can be thought… …100

**Limit of a function**— x 1 0.841471 0.1 0.998334 0.01 0.999983 Although the function (sin x)/x is not defined at zero, as x becomes closer and closer to zero, (sin x)/x becomes arbitrarily close to 1. It is said that the limit of (sin x)/x as x approache …