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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.
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Multiple Representations of Limits
After an introductory activity to demonstrate the theory of a limit, additional activities approach a limit from graphical, numerical, and algebraic methods. The activity looks at the multiple ways of understanding and evaluating a limit.
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Calculus students find the limit of piecewise functions at a value. They find the limit of piecewise functions as x approaches a given value. They find the limit of linear, quadratic, exponential, and trigonometric piecewise functions.
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Take a look at another alternating sequence. The resource provides a graphical display of a sequence that alternates between two values. Pupils use the display to determine whether the sequence has a limit. Given a theory of limit,...
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