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Cristina Sanchez

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[ap-calculus] Question
Posted: Sep 18, 2012 9:05 PM
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Hi, I´m a new AP teacher and I have two questions:
1) How is correct to say and write for an answer if the limit does not exist: for example "The limit does not exist" or "No limit" ???
2) If the student is calculating a limit, and the instruction was determinate it numerically for example when x approches 3 and he replaced x in f(x)for 2.9 and gotten a value very close to the rihgt value, is it correct to do that???? because if he replace 3 instead of 2.9 the limit is undefained.
Thanks

Cristina
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