In this lesson on Calculation of Limits, the use of "limit laws" to compute limits is explained. The six basic general facts about limits are discussed, such as the limit of the sum being equal to the sum of the limits and the limit of a product being equal to the product of the limits. Examples are given to show how to simplify functions and compute limits. The continuity property is mentioned, which says that the limit equals the value of the function at a point. One-sided limits and non-existent one-sided limits are also covered.
Using "limit laws" to compute limits.
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How do you take a limit if the limit of the denominator is 0?
How do you find one-sided limits?
How do you find the limit of f(x)/g(x) if both f(x) and g(x) go to 0?
When do one-sided limits not exist?
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This video does a great job of laying out all of the rules and general facts about limits. Then, several example problems are done with every step explained in detail to show you how these rules are used. This lesson has some really great explanations with truly helpful resources.