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1. Aug 2019
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1. changing the sign on the infinity can change the answer

keep this in mind

2. exponentials, natural logarithms and inverse tangents.

polynomials are not the only ones that have limits at infinity

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1. limits at infinity for polynomials.

Can there be limits in anything else besides polynomials?

2. limits at infinity

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

Keep track of various ways to find limits.

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1. Limits don’t always exist and so don’t get into the habit of assuming that they will.

Keep this in mind.

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1. one-sided limits

right sided limits have a + sign left sided limits have a - sign

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1. tangent line.

Tangent lines touch each other but do not intersect. if it does intersect it could be a secant line instead.