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This lesson plan outline discusses the rules of continuity and the importance of the one sided limit.

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11^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

This download includes two tests. They can be used as a test and retest, test A/test B, or however you see fit for your classroom. The test(s) are complete with multiple choice, open-ended, and a fun greeting for the student(s) name (my favorite personal touch for assessments). Enjoy! Please let

Scaffolded notes, as well as corresponding warm-ups. Zip file includes a "Part 1," "Part 2" and a "Part 3" - combine or leave as is for easy planning! Please let me know if you have any questions! Enjoy!

Continuity and One-Sided Limits

This is a unique Calculus PowerPoint presentation with 7 examples of how to discuss continuity and find one-sided limits. All of my presentations are made especially to be used in conjunction with a clicker, because each text box on each slide is set to appear "on click". I have found this to be a

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11^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

This activity accompanies FREE version A which 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 inve

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These notes begin with a warm up problem in which students are asked to evaluate a rational function at different x-values. One value results in an undefined value at a vertical asymptote. After the warm-up, students are introduced to limit notation, how to evaluate limits using graphs of function

Also included in: Unit 1: Limits & Continuity Guided Notes & Quiz

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 ty

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This worksheet contains course review questions and answers to a standard University Level Calculus I (Differential Calculus) for Social Sciences course.Topics include: Limits (two-sided, one-sided, limits at infinity)Definition of the derivativeDifferentiationDifferentiabilityIntermediate Value The

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This is an 18 question test on limits and continuity that can also be used as homework, review, or self-teaching.
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1. The chapter test with complete, detailed, teaching-oriented solutions. A student could use this to self-teach the concepts. The blank test with space for

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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This is intended to be the first lesson in the calculus course, introducing the concept of the limit (left-side, right-side, two sided limit) and continuity. Students will need to graph piece-wise functions and identify the limits at certain points, determine limits from equations, understand the di

Two quizzes for a unit on Limits and Continuity (Big Idea 1 for AP Calculus AB) with answer keys. Quiz 1 has eight questions dealing with reading a graph for limits coming from the negative and positive sides with jump discontinuities and holes. Quiz 2 has two multiple choice and two short answer

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

U.S Aim # 40 How did the politics of Madison and Monroe affect the country’s development?
Objectives – Students will be able to
Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.
Define words they do not know using context clues.
Identify and describe how the poli

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

Calculus and PreCalculus - Finding Limits Analytically Foldable Interactive Flip Book. This great activity is designed for AP Calculus AB and BC, Honor Calculus, College Calculus 1 and 2, and PreCalculus. (depending upon curriculum)Flip Books really do work to engage your students and keep them mot

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

Also included in: Calculus Limits and Continuity Unit 1 Bundle

Continuity and one-sided limits
You can purchase the complete unit at a discount under my listing titled Introduction to Limits Complete Bundled Unit.

Students investigate ideas of continuity, one-sided limits, and limits that go to +/- infinity.
Message me for a free answer key!

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Covers Calculus I questions (and answers) for students to practice before the final exam.Topics covered include:Limits (one-sided limits, limits at infinity, two-sided limits)Definition of the DerivativeContinuityEquation of the Tangent LineIntermediate Value TheoremInstantaneous VelocityDifferentia

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11^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Students will learn what a limit and how to find a limit graphically and numerically. Also included is the PowerPoint and Google Slides version of the lesson.Ideal for distance learning. Send the students the video and the Student Notes. They go through the video and notes in their own time and at t

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11^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

Also included in: Introduction to Limits BUNDLE | Limits from Graphs

Calculus : The Limit is a review and how-to guide to help students solve problems involving limits. This handout is designed for use with AP Calculus BC and College level Calculus 1.
Using an informal tone, this handout is meant to supplement the students ordinary textbook. Concepts are discussed

This is a quick synopsis (2 sided sheet) with all the formulas as well as some worked out examples of problems that appear frequently on the North Carolina Final Exam.
The information is neatly organized fashion with a little room at the bottom of the back page for students to add additional topics.

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Here is a great way to assess your students' skills while learning One Sided Limits In Calculus and for some curricula, PreCalculus. This digital resource which can be used as a Quiz, HW, or Paperless worksheet is designed with Google Forms™ which means the assignment it is NO PREP for you and will

Students don’t have to be right-brained or left-brained to understand one-sided limits. This lesson uses graphs, tables, equations, and verbal explanations, to aid all students in understanding right sided and left sided limits. This student friendly program breaks up Calculus into small bites th

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Also included in: Limit Lessons

Check your calculus students' understanding of finding limits from graphs, finding limits using tables, and finding limits from a piecewise function equation with this self-grading Google Form which can be given as a homework assignment, practice, or a quiz. The Google Form is ready to go - no prep

Also included in: Calculus Limits and Continuity Digital Homework BUNDLE

Help your students continuously learn more calculus!Students will explore the mathematical definition of continuity by comparing the limit of a function and its value at a given point. They will learn the characteristics of the three types of discontinuities and how identify each. Both print and d

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Also included in: Limit Lessons