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Sketchpad Activities for Intro...

Proving limits (Calculus) 
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Sketchpad Activities for Introducing Calculus Topics is a series of five activities designed to introduce students to the basic concepts of calculus. Use these activities near the end of Precalculus c...
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EpsilonDelta.java

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Source code for the EpsilonDelta applet.
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Definition of Limits

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Animated explanation of the formal definition of a limit.
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Definition of Limits

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Solution to a problem using the deltaepsilon definition of a limit: given a specific epsilon, what is an appropriate choice of delta for the given function?
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Definition of Limits

Proving limits (Calculus) 
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Solution to a problem using the deltaepsilon definition of a limit: given a specific epsilon, what is an appropriate choice of delta for the given function?
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Definition of Limits

Proving limits (Calculus) 
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Solution to a problem using the deltaepsilon definition of a limit: given epsilon, what is an appropriate choice of delta for the given function?
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Definition of Limits

Proving limits (Calculus) 
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Solution to a problem using the deltaepsilon definition of a limit: given epsilon, what is an appropriate choice of delta for the given function?
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Derivatives of Trigonometric F...

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Animated proof that the limit as t approaches 0 of sin(t)/t is 1.
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Graphical Introduction to Limi...

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Investigate the distance between two points on a line and absolute value.
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Graphical Introduction to Limi...

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Animated introduction to the epsilondelta definition of a limit, using graphs.
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Graphical Introduction to Limi...

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Animated proof that a particular function does not have a limit at a certain value.
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Graphical Introduction to Limi...

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Animated proof that the function f(x) = 1/(x2) does not have a limit at x=2.
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Limit Theorems

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A collection of animated explanations of various theorems about limits of functions.
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EpsilonDelta Applet

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Use graphs to investigate the epsilondelta definition of a limit. Extensive directions for customizing the applet.
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Limits: A Formal View

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A Java applet that presents the formal, epsilon/delta definition of limits, with exercises and questions to answer with the applet. Includes a rescalable presentation version with larger fonts.
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Sequencer

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Draws the terms of a sequence in a bar graph to show whether the sequence converges to a given limit. You can enter your own sequence and change the values of n.
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Limits with Delta and Epsilon

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This activity builds on the previous activity, Limits with Tables. Students investigate limits using tools for controlling delta and epsilon, giving them a concrete, handson understanding of the form...
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