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## MATH-1200 Lecture 16: MATH 1200-LECTURE 16-Limits Section 2.4-2.5

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If any of the follow conditions is satisfied, then the line y = a is the horizontal asymptote of the curve y=f(x): lim x f (x) = l lim x f (x) = m. If

View Document## MATH-1200 Lecture 14: MATH 1200-LECTURE 14- Limits

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L f(b) f(a) y= f(x: slope(m) of a secant line is the average rate of change or average velocity, shown by the line l in figure 1. m = f(b ) A a: x b x,

View Document## MATH-1200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Indeterminate Form

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Math 1200 - lecture 15 - limits section 2. 2. To evaluate limits : lim x a f (x) = l. Cases that doesn"t get you a number or the indeterminate form 0/0

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