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Calculus 1

With an Introduction to Limits, we start with the Definition of a Limit and the Limit of a Function At A Point. We will apply algebraic properties in Determining the Exitence of a Limit, and explore Limits from the Left and Limits from the Right. You will find challenging methods in Factoring to Find an Indeterminate Limit, Demonstrating Different Limits and and using the Multiply and Substitue Method to find limits. Recognizing a Converging Limit and Recognizing a Diverging Limit will be important as you prepare for more advanced topics in Calculus.

- The Limit of a Function At A Point
- Limits from the Left
- Limits from the Right
- Convergence at a Limit
- Recognizing a Converging Limit
- Recognizing a Diverging Limit
- Differing Limits in a Function
- Demonstrating Different Limits
- Factor and Substitute Method
- Factoring to Find an Indeterminate Limit
- Multiply and Substitute Method
- Multiplying to Find an Indeterminate Limit
- T Chart Method for Indeterminate Limits
- Finding an Indeterminate Limit with a T Chart

Study fundamental topics in college-level algebra with emphasis on application.

Grasp core concepts of statistics such as probability distributions, approximations, and hypothesis-testing.

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