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Unformatted text preview: the denominator will cancel.(tiny hole in graph) 3. Use a graph or table to reinforce conclusion 4. If direct substitution produces the indeterminate form try cancellation or rationalization techniques to rewrite the denominator so that it doesn’t have 0 as its limit. Theorem The Squeeze Theorem If h(x) < f(x) < g(x) for all x in an open interval containing c, except possibly at c itself, and if then exists and = L. ) ( lim ) ( lim x g L x h c x c x → → = = ) ( lim x f c x → Special Trigonometric Limits 1. 2. 1 sin lim = → x x x cos 1 lim =→ x x x Joke Time v Why do ducks have flat feet? v To stamp out forest fires Why do elephants have flat feet? To stamp out burning ducks...
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 Calculus, Real Numbers, Limits, Limit of a function, lim sin, lim tan, lim cos

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