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# Investigating Limits Numerically

Course Topic(s): One-Variable Calculus | Continuity and Limits

Students choose one of 9 functions and a limit point. Then they can see the value of the function as $$x$$ gets closer to the limit point. There is no way to put in your own function and no indication which points are interesting limit points.

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Subject classification(s): Limits | Single Variable Calculus | Calculus

Creator(s): Mac Brodie (Wheeling Jesuit University)

Contributor(s): Wolfram Demonstrations Project

This resource was cataloged by Philip Yasskin

Publisher:
Wolfram Demonstrations Project

This review was published on January 25, 2010