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# 2.5 - From a Graph(More examples in Class The use of the...

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2.5 One- sided Limits and Continuity Objectives 2.4 Evaluation of limits as x approaches +/- ∞ in rational expressions Evaluation of a limit by a table of values 2.5 Continuity Evaluate One-Sided limits from the graph of a function Evaluate f(x) values from the graph of a function Evaluate One-Sided limits from the definition of a function by the use of: 1. Direct Substitution 2. A Table of Values 2.5 One- Sided Limits

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Unformatted text preview: From a Graph (More examples in Class) The use of the definition of f(x) and Direct Substitution Find lim (-x +1)/ (x 2 + 4) x → 6-Find lim 9 / (2x - 5) x → - 9 – The use of the definition of f(x) and a Table of Values Find lim (x - 7)/ (x - 2) x → 2 + Find lim (x - 7)/ (x - 2) x → 2- Find lim f(x) x → 4- if f(x) = 1/ (x-4) x < 4-x-2 4 < x Now, find lim f(x) x → 4 +...
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