Limits & Continuity 1.docx

# Limits & Continuity 1.docx

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Limits and Continuity 2 1. The limit of the equation is a y value. 2. When a limit is given in an equation we can conclude that both the right and the lef hand values of the limits of the equation exists and are both equal to the given limit. The equation lim x→ 2 f ( x ) = 6 would have equal lef and right limit values which are shown below. a. x→ 2 ¿ f ( x ) = 6 lim ¿ ¿ With the given equation above we may conclude that: the limit as x approaches 2 from the left of f(x) would be equal to 6. b. x→ 2 + ¿ f ( x ) = 6 lim ¿ ¿ With the given equation above we may conclude that: the limit as x approaches 2 from the right of f(x) would be equal to 6. 3. If the right hand and the lef hand limits are not equal to each other then we know that
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