Calculating Limits Using Algebra

 

Some Trigonometric Limits

Limit as x->0 of sin(x)/x is 1. Limit as x->0 of (cosx - 1)/x is 0.

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Limits and Continuity

Ten questions which involve calculating one- and two-sided limits, identifying points of discontinuity, and making piecewise defined functions continuous and differentiable.

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Evaluating Derivatives and Limits

Four-part question involving the evaluation of three derivatives and a limit.

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Evaluating Limits

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Finding the limits of two expressions.

Three limits involving trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential functions.

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