(Section 2.3: Limits and Infinity I) 2.3.13 PART G: “LONG-RUN” LIMITS FOR POLYNOMIALSExample 11 (Constant Function)limx±²2=2. A graph can demonstrate this.Think: fx()=2. Consider the graph of y=2. (Figure 2.3.letter l) There is a HA at y=2, but we will omit the dashed line here. (See Example 3 in Section 2.1.) More generally: If cis a real constant, then: limxc=c, and limx±²³c=c. The graph of y=chas itself as its sole HA.
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