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Mathematics 008B001
Syllabus
Fall Quarter 2016
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Review
The limit of a function:
lim f (x ) = L
xa
Meaning: As x approaches to a, f(x)
approaches to L.
Here a and L are numbers
When x approaches a from one side: left or
right, we get sided limits:
lim f (x) = L
x!a
lim+ f (x) = L
x!a
Limits
1.6
Limit
Review
The limit of a function:
lim f (x ) = L
xa
Meaning: As x approaches to a, f(x)
approaches to L.
The special limits:
The constant function has itself as the limit
the following functions limits are calculated by
directly plugging:
polynomials, rat
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Review
The limit of a function:
lim f (x ) = L
xa
Meaning: As x approaches to a, f(x)
approaches to L.
LIMITS
1.3
Finding Limits Analytically
In this section, we will:
Use the Limit Laws to calculate limits.
The limits of special functions:
1, T he con