# How to Determine if a Limit Does Not Exist Video

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### Which of the following defined domains of f means that the left-hand limit as x goes to 0 does not exist?

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### 2. Given the following graph, which of the following limits do not exist?

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Answer these questions to see how much you know about determining if a limit does not exist. You'll be assessed on topics like the left-hand limit of f(x) and a value that means that a two-sided limit doesn't exist.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Quiz questions will address the following study points:

• Limits that don't exist in a given graph
• One-sided and two-sided limits on a graph
• Value of a limit in a graphed function

## Skills Practiced

• Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems for limits that don't exist
• Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how to find the value of limits
• Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about determining limits in a different light

Study the subject further via the lesson we've called How to Determine if a Limit Does Not Exist. You'll be learning about these bullet points:

• Left-hand limits and how they function
• The value of right-hand limits
• Analysis of two-sided limits
• Ways of recognizing when a limit doesn't exist on a graph
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