# Limits and Continuity Teacher Resources

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**1**-**12**of**12**resourcesIn this limits and continuity test, students solve 8 multiple choice questions. They define the words limits and continuity. Students determine the limits of 8 functions. Students find the value for a constant in one function, and prove one function is continuous at x=0. 4 questions require students to graph functions. There are 25 questions in all (plus one extra credit question).

Twelfth graders review limits and continuity. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders review the applications and use of limits and continuity for a test. This assignment contains links that are helpful for the review.

In this calculus learning exercise, students work problems containing functions, limits and dealing with continuity. They evaluate functions and use the limits theorem to help find the correct answer. There are 26 questions.

Students investigate limits and continuity of functions. In this limits and continuity of functions lesson, students find the limit as a function approaches a given value. Students find the domain of functions.

Twelfth graders investigate limits. In this Calculus lesson, 12th graders use the Ti-89 calculator to explore limits. Students examine the tables and graphs to approach limits from a numerical point of view.

In this calculus worksheet, students complete a chart of values using limits and continuity. They use the test of continuity to solve most of the problems and match their answers to the correct answers. There are 18 matching questions with an answer key.

Sal examines more limit problems by looking at taking the limit of expressions that contain absolute value and other trigonometric limits. He continues to challenge the learner to develop an intuitive feel for solving limit problems.

Twelfth graders examine limits. In this Calculus lesson students use the symbolic capacity of the TI-89 calculator to explore limits. Students examine the tables and graphs and use the information to support their answers.

Students explore the concept of piecewise functions. In this piecewise functions lesson, students discuss how to make a piecewise function continuous and differentiable. Students use their Ti-89 to find the limit of the function as it approaches a given x value. Students find the derivative of piecewise functions.

Learners read a description of how to evaluate limits then solve problems both with and without their graphing calculators. In this evaluating limits lesson, students evaluate 9 limits problems without their graphing calculators. Answers are checked using the calculator.

Students review concepts of logarithms for their test. In this calculus lesson, students review inverse function, limits, derivatives and solving logs equations. They review the chain rule and domain and range of inverse logs.