# MODULE 1.

INFINITE LIMITS

Examples: 1) , take a value of x near 1 and less than 1, for instance, x = 0.9 and compute
the negative quotient leads us to suspect that

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Limit Theorem: If r is any positive integer , then

(i) π₯ π₯

π

(ii) π₯ π₯

π ππ

π ππ πππ ππ π ππ  ππ£ππ 2) and compute ππππ π ππ

π π

take a value of x greater than 1, for instance, x = 1.1 the positive quotient leads us to suspect that

Examples : 1) 3)

2) 4) 3) f(x) = , ππππ π ππ

π π

Limit Theorem :If a is any real number and if)ππππ₯ π f(x) = 0 and π₯ π g(x) = c where c is a constant not equal to 0 , then (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) If c> 0 and f(x) f(x),ππππ₯ If c > 0 and f(x) f(x),ππππ₯ If c < 0 and f(x) f(x),ππππ₯ If c < 0 and f(x) f(x),ππππ₯ through positive values of π
π π₯

a) Find the the limit of the numerator is 14 and the limit if the denominator is 0, and the denominator is approaching 0 through positive values Therefore the b) Find the the limit of the numerator is 14 and the limit if the denominator is 0, and the denominator is approaching 0 through negative values. Therefore the π

π₯ π
π₯ π π₯ π π₯ π π₯

through negative values of π

through positive values of π

through negative values of π π

π₯ π
π₯

The theorem is also valid if βx π π π

β is replaced by