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(3, 1).

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With a calculator, compute some values as x approaches its limit, and see what happens.

With a calculator, compute some values as x approaches its limit, and see what happens.

With a calculator, the student should try this for some of the limits on pages 124 and 241.

Then check your answer by using a graphics calculator to draw the graph.

F(0,1/4a)

1/(4a). Its

d = 1/4a.

a=1/4d,

d=1/4a

y = --(1/2)

1/2 and d =1/4a

1/4a

1/4a), 1/4a.

+ 1/4a)

1/4a.

(0,1/4a),

1/4a.

1/4a=

9/16

Boyer, p. 217. Boyer, p. 217.

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