1.3 Evaluating Limits Algebraically part 2
This is the third lesson in the Limits Unit. The lesson contains Guided Notes, homework, SmartBoard lesson, and all solutions. Don’t forget the added bonus of a math joke embedded into the Smartboard lesson ☺! You may have also opt to purchase the video lesson to the notes.
In this lesson students will learn 3 more methods on how to solve limits algebraically. They will learn basic substitution, how to evaluate infinite limits, and trigonometric limits. By the end of the lesson, students should understand how to recognize an infinite limit and determine whether the graph will head toward positive or negative infinity. They will also learn how to use the special sine and cosine trigonometric limit properties.
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