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Limits (Algebraic) Calculus Fall, 2012
2 What can we do with limits?
5 How can we find limits algebraically? Reduce Conjugate Absolute value tricks
6 How can we find limits algebraically? Reduce!
12 Absolute value! Which “version” of absolute value is appropriate?
13 Absolute value! Using the “negative” version…
14 Absolute value! Using the “positive” version…
15 Absolute value! Using the “positive/negative” version…
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