2-1.4 - 2.4 Limits Friday’s Objectives • 2.3 Bu sin e...

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Unformatted text preview: 2.4 Limits Friday’s Objectives • 2 .3 Bu sin e ss Applica t ion s: Supply & D e m a n d…….. M a r k et Equ ilibr iu m Cost fun ct ion s Reve nu e Fu n ct ions Pr ofit Fu nct ions 2 .4 Th e Lim it : D e fin it ion Eva lu at ion of Lim it s • The function f has the limit L as x approaches a, written limx → a f(x) = L if the value of f(x) can be made as close to the number L as we please by taking x sufficiently close to (but not equal to) a. We can evaluate limits by the use of: • A Graph • A table of values • The use of rules • The use of algebra and lim ( 5 – 4x2) x→1 lim √( x + 83) x→-2 direct substitution lim (x2- 9)/(x + 3) x→-3 Find lim f(x) x →- 5 if • f(x) = x x < -5 0 x=0 -x+2 -5 < x ...
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2-1.4 - 2.4 Limits Friday’s Objectives • 2.3 Bu sin e...

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