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Economics and Architecture

Lecture no. 16 from the course: Change and Motion: Calculus Made Clear, 2nd Edition

Economics and Architecture

Taught by Professor Michael Starbird | 30 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

Zeno's Arrow Paradox concerns itself with the fact that an arrow traveling to a target must cover half the total distance, then half the remaining distance, etc. How does it ever get there? The concept of limit solves the problem.

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