1.6 Limit Based Continuityap Calculus
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Unit 1  Limits and Continuity

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Epub to kindle converter keygen free download. Limits 1.E Apply appropriate mathematical rules or procedures, with and without technology. 1.6 1.C Determining Limits Using Algebraic Manipulation Identify an appropriate mathematical rule or procedure based on the classification of a given expression (e.g., Use the chain rule to find the derivative of a composite function).
(a) $limlimits_{x to 2^}$f(x) = 3 (b) $limlimits_{x to 2^+}$f(x) = 1 (c) does not exist because $limlimits_{x to 2^}$f(x)$ne$$limlimits_{x to 2^+}$f(x) (d) f(2)=3 (e) $limlimits_{x to 4}$f(x) = 4 (f) f(4) does not exist because there is a hole
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 Intro to Limits Homework 01 HW Solutions Video Solutions Finding Limits Algebraically Notesheet 02 Completed Notes N/A Finding Limits Algebraically Practice 02 Solutions N/A Finding Limits Algebraically Homework 02 HW Solutions Video Solutions Limits and Graphs Practice 03 Solutions N/A Limits Involving Infinity Notesheet 03.
 Limits and continuity concept is one of the most crucial topics in calculus. Combination of these concepts have been widely explained in Class 11 and Class 12. A limit is defined as a number approached by the function as an independent function’s variable approaches a particular value.
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(a) As x approaches 2 from the left hand side, y goes to 3. (b) As x approaches 2 from the right hand side, y goes to 1. (c) The question is asking for y when x approaches 2 from both the left and right hand side. Because $limlimits_{x to 2^}$f(x)$ne$$limlimits_{x to 2^+}$f(x) from the answers to (a) and (b), the answer does not exist. There is only an answer when both sides go to the same yvalue. (d) There is a point at (2,3) based on the graph so f(2)=3. (e) As x approaches 4 from both the left and right hand side, y goes to 4. (f) f(4) does not exist because there is a hole when x=4. As such, a yvalue does not exist hence f(4) also doesn't exist.