Limits at Infinity PowerPoint Lesson
This lesson is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus. Students will learn to find the limits of various functions as x approaches infinity. Determining these limits will help students find the horizontal asymptotes of a function and to determine end behavior, necessary for curve sketching. The limits in this PowerPoint can all be found without L’Hopital’s rule, but the rule does apply to many of the problems and if your course/curriculum includes L’Hopital in this unit, you can augment the lesson.
There are 30 slides with 23 fully animated step-by-step problems including two applications. Many have matching illustrated graphs. This PowerPoint is 2003 and up compatible. The PowerPoint is editable, but your license is to edit the design features only. Please read the license carefully.
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