Test 2 (PreTest) - Limits - Calculus PreTest #2- Limits...

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Unformatted text preview: Calculus PreTest #2- Limits Objectives: □ You will be able to determine average the rate of change of a function □ You will be able to determine limits with an algebraic approach and limit laws □ You will be able to determine a limit with an analytical method □ You will be able to determine a limit with a graphical method □ You will be able to recognize when a limit does not exist □ You will be able to evaluate limits with an algebraic approach by simplifying. □ You will be able to determine limits using the squeeze theorem □ You will be able to determine the limits of trigonometric functions □ You will be able to evaluate one- sided limits □ You will be able to describe the continuity of a function. □ You will be able to test for the existence of a limit □ You will be able to test for continuity at a point □ You will be able to apply the intermediate value theorem to predict the behavior of a function. □ You will be able to determine infinite limits of a function. Name___________________________________ Date: _______________________ Complete the table for the function and find the indicated limit. 1) If f(x) = x- 4 x- 2 , find lim f(x).x → 4 x 3.9 3.99 3.999 4.001 4.01 4.1 f(x) 2) If f(x) = x 3- 6x + 8 x- 2 , find lim f(x).x → x- 0.1- 0.01- 0.001 0.001 0.01 0.1 f(x) Determine the limit graphically, if it exists....
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2012 for the course MATH 101 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '11 term at International Institute for Higher Education.

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Test 2 (PreTest) - Limits - Calculus PreTest #2- Limits...

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