Ch 43: CEOE Advanced Math: Limits

About This Chapter

In this chapter, you can brush up on your knowledge of limits by watching engaging video lessons. Take self-assessment quizzes to gauge your comprehension as you study for the CEOE Advanced Math assessment.

CEOE Advanced Math: Limits - Chapter Summary

This in-depth look at the limits can ensure you're able to competently answer questions on the CEOE Advanced Math assessment. Upon completion of this chapter, you will be prepared for the following:

  • Demonstrating how to use a graph to define limits
  • Sharing your understanding of limits and how to use notation
  • Examining one-sided limits and continuity
  • Describing how to determine the limits of functions
  • Defining squeeze theorem
  • Analyzing graphs and limits, as related to asymptotes and infinity

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CEOE Advanced Math: Limits Chapter Objectives

Topics in this chapter on limits can help you tackle the trigonometry and calculus subarea of the CEOE Advanced Math assessment. This subarea constitutes about 23% of the total test. Success in this portion of the exam increases your chances of earning the minimum passing score of 240, which can get you the certification needed to teach advanced math in Oklahoma classrooms.

The test consists of 80 selected-response questions and 1 constructed-response assignment. It has a time limit of four hours and dedicates an additional 15 minutes to a computer-based test (CBT) tutorial and nondisclosure agreement. You can take short quizzes and a chapter exam that offer questions similar in format and content to those on the test. If you have any questions about lesson topics, feel free to submit them to our experts.

6 Lessons in Chapter 43: CEOE Advanced Math: Limits
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Using a Graph to Define Limits

1. Using a Graph to Define Limits

My mom always said I tested the limits of her patience. Use graphs to learn about limits in math. You won't get grounded as we approach limits in this lesson.

Understanding Limits: Using Notation

2. Understanding Limits: Using Notation

Join me on a road trip as we define the mathematical notation of limits. As time goes by and I traverse hills and highways, the limit of my speed changes. Learn how to write these limits in this lesson.

One-Sided Limits and Continuity

3. One-Sided Limits and Continuity

Over the river and through the woods is only fun on a continuous path. What happens when the path has a discontinuity? In this lesson, learn about the relationship between continuity and limits as we walk up and down this wildlife path.

How to Determine the Limits of Functions

4. How to Determine the Limits of Functions

You know the definition of a limit. You know the properties of limits. You can connect limits and continuity. Now use this knowledge to calculate the limits of complex functions in this lesson.

Squeeze Theorem: Definition and Examples

5. Squeeze Theorem: Definition and Examples

In the Kingdom of Rimonn there are three rivers. In this lesson, learn how these waterways demonstrate the power of the squeeze theorem for finding the limits of functions.

Graphs and Limits: Defining Asymptotes and Infinity

6. Graphs and Limits: Defining Asymptotes and Infinity

Infinity is a hard concept to understand and the word asymptote is pretty intimidating. But this fun lesson will make both seem like a walk in the park as it defines both and shows their relationship using a graph.

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