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1. Aug 2019
2. tutorial.math.lamar.edu tutorial.math.lamar.edu
1. To this point we’ve been able to “reuse” work from the first limit in the at least a portion of the second limit.

It’s interesting to see the same identical problem come out with different results depending if the infinity is negative or positive

2. if the argument goes to infinity then the log also goes to infinity in the limit.

doing this section of the practice problems proved to be a fun challenge.

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1. We won’t need these facts much over the next couple of sections but they will be required on occasion

Nonetheless, they should be thought as an important method of mathematics.

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4. tutorial.math.lamar.edu tutorial.math.lamar.edu
1. Last, we were after something that was happening at x=1x=1x = 1 and we couldn’t actually plug x=1x=1x = 1 into our formula for the slope. Despite this limitation we were able to determine some information about what was happening at x=1x=1x = 1 simply by looking at what was happening around x=1x=1x = 1. This is more important than you might at first realize and we will be discussing this point in detail in later sections.

This reminds me of the exercise we had this morning in class.

2. Likewise, at the second point shown, the line does just touch the graph at that point, but it is not “parallel” to the graph at that point and so it’s not a tangent line to the graph at that point.

A visual representation of a Tangent Line is very useful, I honestly wasn’t visualizing what a Tangent Line was, in my head.

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1. We will be seeing limits in a variety of places once we move out of this chapter.

Will the L’Hospital method be explained in this chapter?

2. The Definition of the Limit – In this section we will give a precise definition of several of the limits covered in this section. We will work several basic examples illustrating how to use this precise definition to compute a limit. We’ll also give a precise definition of continuity.

Will we have to memorize all of the types of limits and the properties to determining them?