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How to Find Limits on Crazy Graphs
Discover how to find limits using graphs. Viewers learn how to determine limits of a piecewise function at specific points by analyzing a graph. They consider both one-sided and two-sided limits.
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- Pause video to have the class determine each limit before watching solutions
- Learners should have experience with one-sided limits
- Scholars need to understand the distinction between open and closed circles
- Teaches the distinction between limits of a function and values of a function at a specific point
- Uses nonstandard terminology
- Fails to connect one-sided limits to two-sided limits
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