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Limits of Functions Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Evaluate the limit below.

Question 2 2. Using the squeeze theorem, what is z?

Question 3 3. Use the given graph and formula to solve for z.

Question 4 4. Calculate

Question 5 5. Which of the following is true?

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Question 6 6. Use the given formula to solve for z

Question 7 7. Using the given data, predict the likely value of the continuous function z.

Question 8 8. If g(k) is continuous everywhere, then which of the following is true?

Question 9 9. Calculate

Question 10 10. Calculate

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Question 11 11. Use the graph to solve for z.

Question 12 12. Using the given data, solve for the continuous function y.

Question 13 13. The expression below can also be written as:

Question 14 14. The limit of f(x) = x^2 * log (x) for x>=0 is 0 for how many values of x?

Question 15 15. What is the limit of f(x) = sin(x) as x approaches 0?

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Question 16 16. Calculate

Question 17 17. Use the graph to solve for z.

Question 18 18. Use the given graph and formula to solve for z.

Question 19 19. How do you write the limit of f(x) as x goes to zero from the left?

Question 20 20. Using the squeeze theorem, what is z?

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Question 21 21. The floor function is graphically represented as a stepwise function. What is the limit of f(x) = floor(x) as x approaches 4?

Question 22 22. The expression below can also be written as:

Question 23 23. Using the squeeze theorem, what is z?

Question 24 24. Using the squeeze theorem, what is z?

Question 25 25. The ceiling function is graphically translated as a stepwise function. What is the limit of f(x) = ceil(x) as x approaches 4.5?

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Question 26 26. How do you write the limit of the function g(k) as the variable k approaches the constant C?

Question 27 27. Using the graph, find the value of z, then add 1.

Question 28 28. Use the graph to solve for z.

Question 29 29. The limit of sin(x) as x approaches a value will always be:

Question 30 30. Using the squeeze theorem, what is z?

Limits of Functions Chapter Exam Instructions

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