Limits at Infinity Horizontal Asymptotes Task cards HW/Quiz
This activity is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus. It is usually part of the third unit, Applications of the Derivative. Students are to find the limits of various functions as x approaches infinity. Determining these limits will help students find the horizontal asymptotes of the curve and to determine end behavior, necessary for curve sketching.
This activity is meant to reinforce a lesson covered in class. To determine the limits, students will use a combination of techniques.
The limits in this activity can all be found without L’Hopital’s rule, but the rule also applies to many of the problems, so if your course/curriculum includes L’Hopital in this Unit, these cards can be used as a sort activity.
• 32 Task Cards: There are of two sets of 16 cards, one with QR codes and one without. Note: students do not need an internet connection to use the QR codes, but they must have a device with a QR Reader App installed
• Master List of questions with answer key.
• Student response sheets with room for students to show their work.
• Worksheet with similar problems. This may be used as an assessment, HW or for enrichment.
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