# limits calculus

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This activity is intended to help students bridge the gap between the graphing of rational functions encountered in Algebra 2 and the level of analysis expected in precalculus and calculus. (I use it in my AP Calculus courses.) Using graphical representations to investigate one-sided limits and ty...

Identifying Graphs of 1st and 2nd Derivatives (Activity)

Students evaluate limits and find their answers in the squares on the BINGO board. First one to find a "BINGO" wins!

Calculus Limits In this bundle you will find practice for students on the topic of finding limits. Four basic types of limit problems are discussed - substitution, factoring, multiplying by a conjugate, and getting a common denominator. Examples of each type of problem are provided. This flip bo...

Calculus Continuity Foldable Engaging Activity. This resource is designed for all first semester Calculus students. It is from unit two, Limits and Continuity. The trifold contains three activities in one, is paper friendly, and can be used in Interactive Notebooks if desired

Here's a fun way for your Calculus students to review Limits and Continuity. 8 graph cards, 8 limits, 8 equations, and 8 descriptions.

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This packet is part of my series: Writing about Mathematics - Calculus. This particular activity is about limits and continuity.I have found that in order for calculus students to really internalize all of the information they are being given, they must write about it themselves. Writing helps th...

Limits at Infinity This great activity is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus. It is 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.

Limits of Trig Functions. This lesson is designed for AP Calculus AB, BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus 1. This topic is covered in Unit One, Limits. Students are to find the limits of trigonometric functions, some of which use basic identities, and others use the special Limits", sin x /x, 1 - cos x / x, and variations of them.