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Form A Graphing, Continuity, and Limits with Rational Functions

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Form A Graphing, Continuity, and Limits with Rational Functions
Form A Graphing, Continuity, and Limits with Rational Functions
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This activity is intended to help students bridge the gap between the graphing of rational functions encountered in Algebra 2 and the level of analysis expected in precalculus and calculus. (I use it in my AP Calculus courses.) Using graphical representations to investigate one-sided limits and types of discontinuity leads to a better understanding of continuity. *Form B of this activity can be used to reinforce these concepts or as an assessment.
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On  March 24, 2014,  Buyer said:
Great Activity. I will use it in my advance algebra 2 class in a couple of weeks. Thanks
On  March 24, 2014Lisa Jones answered:
Thanks - I hope that it works well for your classes! There's also a Form B if you're interested :D
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You're welcome! Glad to have been able to help!
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Form A Graphing, Continuity, and Limits with Rational Functions
Form A Graphing, Continuity, and Limits with Rational Functions