# Ch 8: Functions, Limits & Continuity

Use this overview of functions, limits, and continuity to expand your understanding of topics like graphing basic functions, intermediate value theorem, and continuous functions. These brief lessons are great for individuals preparing for an exam.

## Functions, Limits & Continuity - Chapter Summary

This chapter includes lessons on functions, limits, and continuity. There are discussions on topics such as defining limits using a graph, defining regions of continuity, and using exponential functions. There are also tips for solving complex problems. By the end of the chapter, you should be ready to:

• Discuss the basics of functions and understand key terms
• Plot points in the Cartesian plane
• Graph inverse functions and functions within functions
• Locate the inverse of logarithmic functions
• Solve complex problems applying different properties of functions
• Define intermediate value theorem and the mathematical notation of limits
• Identify the differences between continuous and discontinuous functions
• Explore the special properties of hyperbolic functions

We use brief lessons that help you easily understand the topics presented. Our expert instructors provide plenty of examples. For video lessons, the timelines let you easily navigate to specific topics. You can review all the lessons in order, or just the ones that cover the topics you need to review. A brief multiple-choice quiz is available for each lesson to test your knowledge.

13 Lessons in Chapter 8: Functions, Limits & Continuity
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