(Section 2.2: Properties of Limits and Algebraic Functions) 2.2.4 =34()2±14+5=479Note: We were fortunate that all of the indicated limits existed as real numbers, and that there were no zero denominator issues. If that were not the case, then the listed properties do not apply. When we discuss Limit Forms in later sections, we will see that the “=” sign and the limit notation are often used even when the properties here do not technically apply.
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