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Calculus: Determining limits algebraically, practice examples

Calculus: Determining limits algebraically, practice examples
Calculus: Determining limits algebraically, practice examples
Calculus: Determining limits algebraically, practice examples
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Limit questions for first year calculus students to complete either as practice or an assignment. Each limit can be determined algebraically, without the use of a calculator. Students must be able to factor quadratic and cubic expressions, including the sum or difference of cubes.

Final numeric answers are provided.

I have used this for an assignment, for homework practice and as class work.

See further work on my TPT site Making Math Matter (MMM). I am currently organizing my documents for upload - specifically on using math in context so students can see why we learn specific topics and where they may use them.

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