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Calculus III

Course: Calculus I
Topic: Limits and Continuity
Subtopic: Limits Electronically

Overview

Although you should be able to evaluate most limits algebraically, sometimes it is useful to verify a limit electronically. Evaluating limits electronically (handheld graphing calculator or math computing software) is a good way to check your work.

Objectives

By the end of this topic you should know and be prepared to be tested on:

• 1.9.1 Evaluate a limit electronically

Mini-Lectures and Examples

Supplementary Resources (recommended)

You must be able to use a calculator (handheld or software) to evaluate a limit. If you have a handheld graphing calculator then these sites may help:

rev. 2020-10-10