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Limits. By Erica Brackman. A Limit is…. The continuity of a function at a point of its domain The value the graph approaches at a certain point. Expressed with the notation: where a and L are numbers. Finding a Limit. Step 1: Simplify the function. Finding a Limit.

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### Limits

By Erica Brackman

A Limit is…
• The continuity of a function at a point of its domain
• The value the graph approaches at a certain point.
• Expressed with the notation:

where a and L are numbers

Finding a Limit
• Step 1: Simplify the function
Finding a Limit
• Step 2: Plug in the value
• The Sum Rule:
• The Difference Rule
• The Product Rule
• The Quotient Rule
• M CANNOT equal 0
• The Constant Multiple Rule
Find the Limit at 1
• g(x)=
• Step 1: Simplify
• Step 2: Plug in
• f(x)=2x-3
• Step 1: Simplify
• Can’t be simplified
• Step 2: Plug in

Given the two limits:

• The Sum Rule
• The Difference Rule
• The Product Rule

Given the two limits:

• The Quotient Rule
• The Constant Multiple Rule