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In this college level calculus worksheet, students evaluate limit and indicate any limit rules they apply. If the limit does not exist they explain why. The two page worksheet contains seven problems. Answers are not provided.
Intuitive Approach to Limits
Students view examples of art work that illustrate limits in calculus. Students will lecture on limits and then complete practice drill. This lesson does not include a defined procedure or practice problems. All the art links work but none of the other ones available do.
Limited v. Unlimited Government
High schoolers compare and contrast the characteristics of a limited and unlimited government. In groups, they use this information to create a chart and write a description of how leaders are chosen in each. They share their information with the class to end the lesson.
How Many Penguins Does It Take? Studying Carrying Capacity and Limiting Factors
Learners are introduced to the concept of population fluctuation. In groups, they participate in a penguin activity in which they discover how populations are affected by various factors. They relate what these new terms mean for a population as a whole.
Students debate imposing tariffs on imported shoes. In this tariffs instructional activity, the class is divided into two groups: those that oppose a tariff on imported shoes, and those that support it. Groups read about each position, write position statements, and take turns presenting their perspectives until one side convinces the other or time runs out.
Why Do We Need Limited Government?
Young scholars study how limited government protects individual rights and identify the limits that are placed on US authorities. They investigate the meaning of discrimination and individual rights as they complete the attached worksheet.
Limiting Reagent Worksheet
In this chemistry learning exercise, students engage in this activity that is focused upon the concept of a reagent. The questions are then answered by the students for review.
Infinite Limits and Horizontal Asymptotes
In this infinite limit worksheet, students compute horizontal and vertical asymptotes. They use trigonometric functions to find the limits of functions and compare results. This two-page worksheet contains examples and explanations and fourteen problems.
Central Limit Theorem
Students solve problems involving central limits. In this Central Limit Theorem lesson, students explore the standard deviation and the mean of given data. They use a given formula to calculate the central limits.
Limits with a Calculator
Students investigate Limits using a graphing calculator or TI. In this calculus lesson, students solve limit problems through modeling and relation to the real world. They use correct notation and solve problems involving more than one step.
Seven directions: Making connections between literature and American Indian history
Stereotype or archetype? Myth or fact? Middle schoolers apply critical thinking skills to assess the validity of the images and story details in picture books portraying Native American history. The study begins with an examination of Susan Jeffers’ Brother Eagle, Sister Sky, listed as a book to avoid by the Oyate website. The plan details how to direct readers’ attention to the messages sent by illustrations and how to check the facts of a story. As a contrast, class members are introduced to Joseph Bruchac’s Between Earth and Sky: Legends of Native American Sacred Places and create their own compass rose.
New! Ahead of the Game
According to the movie Wildcats, "It's the sport of kings, better than diamond rings, football!" It is also, however, the sport of severe concussions and ongoing blows to the head. In order to keep our Seahawks soaring and Broncos bucking, we have to make sure the grapplers of the gridiron are protected. Kids learn how important it is to keep one's melon safe by creating a helmet to absorb impacts. Working in groups, they research head injuries, use cushioning materials to protect a cantaloupe from a fall, and write up a recommendation for a new material to be used in helmets.
New! Introduction to Age of Absolutism
Who were the absolute monarchs of Europe and what effect did they have on their countries? Young historians begin by naming qualities they believe are important for a monarch to possess. They then take notes on four key factors leading to domination of absolute monarchs of Europe, complete a map activity detailing five major European powers that emerged from the Age of Exploration, and analyze a primary source document on the concept of divine right.
Students work in small groups with a small set of 8 nuts and 5 bolts to assemble into combinations of 1 nut: 1 bolt, and 2 nuts: 1 bolt. They explore the outcome and discuss. Then a student mixes two clear, colorless solutions together and get "thick" yellow stuff.
Worksheet 35 - Limits
In this limit worksheet, students compute the limits of given equations. They rewrite limits in indeterminant form. This one-page worksheet contains approximately 18 equations.
Math 155 - Worksheet 3. Limits
In this limits worksheet, students use the intermediate value theorem to explore intervals. They sketch a graph of the function and determine the correct property of limits to evaluate the limit. This two-page worksheet contains five problems.
Math 212: Limits of Multivariable Function
In this multivariable function worksheet, students compute the limits of given functions and determine if a limit exists. This two page worksheet contains three problems.
The Limiting Behavior of Selected Functions
In this limiting behavior of equations worksheet, learners use the Klien and Nishima formula to find the limit for large X which is the ratio of energy carried by a photon compared to the rest mass energy of an electron.
Computation of Limits
Students discuss the importance of limits as it relates to calculus. For this calculus lesson, students define limit and memorize the three rules of limits. They work problems to enhance their understanding of how limits function.
The Limit Definition of a Definite Integral
In this calculus instructional activity, learners calculate the derivative and integral of different functions. They use interval to mark the beginning and end of their calculations. There are 15 questions with an answer key.