1. What does “numerically” mean? Look up “VANG” from Unit A and describe the four ways we deal with math.
2.What is a limit?
3.How do you read limit notation?
4.How many limits does/can a graph have?
5.When can a limit of a graph actually be reached?
6.Set up numeric limit tables for x à -2, -1, 0, 1, and 2
7.What are your pros and cons for evaluating limits numerically?
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In this video lesson, learn what a limit is and how to evaluate limits numerically.
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