# Ch 35: Limits in Precalculus

Check out the lessons in our Limits in Precalculus chapter to brush up on your skills in this area. Lesson quizzes and chapter tests help you identify strengths and weaknesses so you can plan your study sessions according to your needs.

## Limits in Precalculus - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Refresh your understanding of how limits are used, described and calculated in mathematics as you study these lessons. Take a look at the squeeze theorem, what it means and how to use it, and explore how graphing can help you define and understand limits. The lessons in the chapter cover the following material:

• What limits and asymptotes are
• How to annotate and describe limits
• Definition and explanation of the squeeze theorem
• Description of the properties of limits
• Equation for a tangent line

## Course Topics

LessonObjective
Using a Graph to Define Limits Create graphic illustrations to define limits.
Understanding Limits: Using Notation Use notation to distinguish limits numerically.
One-Sided Limits and Continuity Rewrite and connect one-sided limits to continuity.
How to Determine the Limits of Functions Verify function limits.
How to Approximate Limits From Graphs & Data Tables Employ graphing to approximate limits.
Understanding the Properties of Limits Recognize properties of limits.
Squeeze Theorem: Definition and Examples Explain and illustrate the squeeze theorem.
Graphs and Limits: Defining Asymptotes and Infinity Delineate limits for infinity and asymptotes.
Tangent Line: Definition & Equation Describe and calculate a tangent line.

9 Lessons in Chapter 35: Limits in Precalculus
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