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# AP Calculus AB

An interactive log for students and parents in my AP Calculus class. This ongoing dialogue is as rich as YOU make it. Visit often and post your comments freely.

## Tuesday, October 18, 2005

### LIMITS! LIMITS! LIMITS!

OK guys.. I've been sitting here infront of my computer, and I asked myself.. What is a limit? Today in class we were told that the definition of a limit were as follows:

lim f(x) = L
x -> a
- which means the function has a limit, L, as x approaches a.
We also looked at graphs and how you have to look at the left and right side of the function to see if the function exists.

We must remember that in order for a limit to exist we must look at both sides. If they equal, the limit exists.

I dont want to babble on because I for one am not that comfortable with teaching this stuff to you guys and discussing it because I am not sure about certain things. AND! I dont want to confuse you!

READ SARAHS BLOG! ITS AWESOME =) (high five to sarah!)

tomorrow will be......
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