In an ideal world, I would like to have all students study limits in their precalculus course and know all about them when they get to calculus. Certainly, this would be better than teaching how to calculate derivatives in precalculus (after all derivatives are calculus, not pre… ). Here are a few of my previous posts on limit.

Why Limits?

Finding Limits  How to … and the use of “infinity” vs “DNE”

Dominance  Finding limits the easy way.

Deltas and Epsilons Not tested on the AP Exams; here’s why.

Asymptotes The graphical manifestation of limits at or equal to infinity.

Next Week: Continuity







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