2.2 - Raid Anabosi 1 of 4 Calculus ICh.2(2.2 Limit of a Function and Limit Laws Objectives 1 To use properties of limits to calculate limits 2 To apply

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Raid Anabosi 1 of 4 Calculus I Ch.2 (2.2) Limit of a Function and Limit Laws Objectives 1. To use properties of limits to calculate limits. 2. To apply limit laws to find one-sided limits. 3. To use the squeeze (sandwich or pinching) theorem to evaluate limits. In this section, we use laws (or properties) to calculate the limit of a function rather than guessing it or estimating it. Example 1: Use the graphs of f & g in the given figure below to find (if exists!) a. 2 lim 5 x f x g x  b. 1 lim x f x g x c. 2 lim x f x g x
Raid Anabosi 2 of 4 Calculus I Ch.2 (2.2) Quotients of functions: for functions of the form f x g x , to find the limit lim x a f x g x , first we substitute the number a in the function. Case 1: if we get a real number L, then this number will be the limit. Case 2: if we get a non zero number over a zero (such as 2/0 ) we check the

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• Fall '08
• Dr.Tahir
• Calculus, Limits, lim, Limit of a function, 2 g, 5g, Raid Anabosi

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