1.2 Different Techniques on Solving Limits
Lesson on understanding limits, and how to evaluate and solve for limits. Limits is defined as the function f(x) that becomes arbitrarily close to a unique number L as x approaches c from either sides, the limit of of f(x) as x approaches c is L. Evaluating and solving for limits can be done by substituting the values of c. Factoring is useful to further simplify the function. Graphing can be used to visualize the limits.
- By Factoring Method
- By Using Conjugates of the Rational Function
- By Simplifying Complex Fractions
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