(Section 2.1: An Introduction to Limits) 2.1.10 Revisiting our Limit Theorem for Rational FunctionsIf: fis a rational function; its domain, Domf(), is its implied domain; and ais a real constant in Domf, then: limx±a²fx=fa, limx±a+=, and, therefore, limx±a=. That is, to compute these limits, substitute (“plug in”)
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