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Introduction to Limits
Transcript of Introduction to Limits
given an arbitrarily small interval around L, another interval around c can be found such that f(x) is within the first interval if x is within the second interval./
as the values of x get arbitrarily close to c, the values of f(x) approach or equal L We write: We define to be the right-hand limit of f(x) at c as x approaches c from the positive side NOTE: For to exist, the left and right-hand limits of f(x) at c must be EQUAL!!! Example 1 Examples Example 2 Example 3 Example 4