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In this limits activity, students compute the answers to thirteen limits problems. They answer one short answer question. Students follow listed steps to simplify two limits problems. Students answer three short answer questions about a function (finding asymptotes, critical points, and extrema). They graph one function using the graphing calculator.
For this successive approximations worksheet, students use the Babylonian algorithm to determine the roots of given numbers. They identify the limits of a function, and compute the rate of change in a linear function. This two-page worksheet contains explanations, examples, and approximately ten problems.