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Calculus Properties of Limits (Unit 1)

Jean Adams
Grade Levels
10th - 12th, Higher Education
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9 + 16 slides and video
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Learning Objective

Use properties of limits to evaluate graphically, numerically, and algebraically.


Properties of Limits Calculus Lesson:

Your AP Calculus students will use properties of limits to evaluate limits graphically, numerically, and algebraically. Your students will have guided notes, homework, and a content quiz on Properties of Limits that cover the concepts in depth from the seven-lesson unit on Limits & Continuity.

What is included in this resource?

⭐ Guided Student Notes

Fully-editable SMART Board® Slides

⭐ Homework/Practice assignment

⭐ Content quiz

⭐ Video Lesson Link for Distance Learning - Flipped Classroom models

⭐ Full solution set

Lesson Objective:

★ Use properties of limits to evaluate graphically, numerically, and algebraically


NOTE: This lesson has been updated to reflect the changes in the AP Calculus CED Binder and includes a LESSON VIDEO for Distance Learning needs.


College Board® Topics:

Topic 1.5 Determining Limits Using Algebraic Properties of Limits

College Board® Learning Objectives:

LIM-1 Reasoning with definitions, theorems, and properties can be used to justify
claims about limits

LIM-1.D Determine the limits of functions using limit theorems

LIM-1.D.1 One-sided limits can be determined analytically or graphically

LIM-1.D.2 Limits of sums, differences, products, quotients, and composite functions can be found using limit theorems

The unit includes:

1) The Concept of Instantaneous Rate of Change

2) Understanding Limits Graphically and Numerically

3) Properties of Limits

4) Finding Limits Analytically

5) Limits of Transcendental Functions

6) Limits and Continuity

7) Infinite Limits and Limits at Infinity

8) Intermediate Value Theorem

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Continuity with Piecewise Functions

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9 + 16 slides and video
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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