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Estimating limits from graphs
In this tutorial, we will build our ability to visualize limits by estimating them based on graphs of functions. We will look at both one-sided and two-sided limits.
Here we use graphs to find the limit of a function as you approach a point from just one side.
Practice finding limits by looking at graphs.
The limit does not always exist. Here we see an example of when this happens.
Another example of a two sided limit at a discontinuous point.
Here we practice our understanding of limits by checking a few statements about limits for a given graph.
Practice finding two sided limits by looking at graphs.