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page 9 of 48 Reference 5: Facts About Limits from Section 3-1 Suppose that and exist, where and are real numbers. Then Theorem 2.1: Theorem 2.2: Theorem 2.3: Theorem 2.4: Theorem 2.5: If is a constant, then . Theorem 2.6: Theorem 2.7: If , then Theorem 2.8: If is a positive odd integer, or if is a positive even integer and , then . Theorem 3: If is a polynomial, then . If is a rational function and is in the domain of , then . Definition: If and , then then is said to have the indeterminate form . In this case, Theorem 2.7 cannot be used to determine the limit. Theorem 4:
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