### Definition of Point of accumulation

1. Noun. The mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity.

Exact synonyms: Limit, Limit Point
Generic synonyms: Indefinite Quantity

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Point Of Accumulation

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### Literary usage of Point of accumulation

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1. Economic Aspects of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Ship Channel by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Alfred Hotchkiss Ritter (1921)
"Every important rail and water point is to a greater or less extent a point of accumulation. The agricultural products of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio go ..."

2. Economic Aspects of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Ship Channel by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Alfred Hotchkiss Ritter (1921)
"Every important rail and water point is to a greater or less extent a point of accumulation. The agricultural products of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio go ..."

3. Economic Aspects of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Ship Channel by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Alfred Hotchkiss Ritter (1921)
"Every important rail and water point is to a greater or less extent a point of accumulation. The agricultural products of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio go ..."

4. Elementary Real Analysis by Brian S. Thomson, Judith B. Bruckner, Andrew M. Bruckner (2000)
"Let x = sup E. Show that x is a point of accumulation of E. Is it possible for x to also be an interior point of El Is xa boundary point of El 4.2.6 State ..."

5. Real Analysis by Andrew M. Bruckner, Judith B. Bruckner, Brian S. Thomson (1997)
"The union and intersection of families will appear as U^e ^ ^ and • A limit point of a set E or point of accumulation of a set E is any number that can be ..."

6. Petroleum and Natural Gas in Indiana: A Preliminary Report by William Newton Logan (1920)
"... the mode of occurrence of oil when no gas is present. which may be a bituminous rock probably at no great distance from the point of accumulation. ..."

7. The Elements of Political Economy by Francis Wayland (1840)
"One nation will naturally begin to do this at the same point of accumulation at which another began to do it. And the way in which to arrive at this point ..."