For the function whose graph is shown below, which statements are false?
Find all vertical asymptotes of f(x) = x = –2, x = 2 x = –2 x = 0 x = 2 none of the above
Consider the function given below. Which of the following appear to be true about f(x)? I only I & II I & III II & III I, II, and III
Find the xvalues (if any) at which the function is not continuous. Identify if they are removable. no points of discontinuity x = 9 (nonremovable), x = 7 (removable) x = 9 (removable), x = 7 (nonremovable) no points of continuity x = 9 (not removable), x = 7 (nonremovable)
For , find and determine if is continuous at 30, Yes 30, No 29, Yes 29, No  not enough information
Review  1.A. Limits (video 1) (video 2)
 1.B. Finding Limits Algebraically
 How are limits found algebraically? (checkpoints)
 Nonexistent Limits (video)
 How can limits fail to exist?
 1.C. Onesided Limits (video) & Continuity (video)
 How are onesided limits found and evaluated? (checkpoints)
Lesson  1.D. Infinite Limits (video)
 Challenge
 Create a limit example with a function whose limit is positive infinity and negative infinity.
 1.E. Limits at Infinity (video)
 Posted on the board at the end of the block.
Homework 1.D. Infinite Limits (video)
 1.E. Limits at Infinity (video)

Standard(s)
 APC.2
 Define and apply the properties of limits of functions.
 Limits will be evaluated graphically and algebraically.
 Includes:
 limits of a constant
 limits of a sum, product, and quotient
 onesided limits
 limits at infinity, infinite limits, and nonexistent limits
 APC.3
 Use limits to define continuity and determine where a function is continuous or discontinuous.
 Includes:
 continuity in terms of limits
 continuity at a point and over a closed interval
 application of the Intermediate Value Theorem and the Extreme Value Theorem
 geometric understanding and interpretation of continuity and discontinuity
