Students will be able to apply the factoring/dividing out method to limits that result in indeterminate form when direct substitution is used.
Students will be able to factor all types of polynomials, including those using special patterns such as the difference of squares, sum and difference of cubes, and dealing with complex fractions.
In this video, learn how to evaluate limits algebraically using the method of factoring/dividing out. Learn what indeterminate form is and what to do when you get it.
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