Unformatted text preview: 3. If you can’t ±nd 2 paths that give di²erent limits, YOU CAN’T MAKE ANY CONCLUSIONS!! PATHS CAN ONLY SHOW A LIMIT DOES NOT EXIST. YOU CANNOT USE PATHS TO PROVE A LIMIT EXISTS. 4. You can only use the Squeeze Theorem to show a limit exists. DO NOT SAY A LIMIT DOES NOT EXIST BY THE SQUEEZE THEOREM. SUCH A STATEMENT WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF ALL POINTS FOR THE PROBLEM. Also, be very careful to use correct limit notation. All of your limit problems should have some type of limit notation used in the solution. You are being graded on your use of this notation. Whenever you take a limit along a path, be sure to state what the path is and then use notation appropriate to the path. 1...
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 Fall '07
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 Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Limits, Limit, Limit of a function

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