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Direct substitution with the left hand limit

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Evaluate the left hand limit

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Evaluating a limit by factoring

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Use limit laws and special trig limits to evaluate

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Using trig limits to evaluate the limit

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Simplify a rational expression

Learn how to simplify rational expressions. A rational expression is an expression in the form of a fraction where the numerator and/or the denominator are/is an algebraic expression. To simplify a rational expression, we factor completely the numerator and the denominator of the rational

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Evaluate the limit of a rational expression with a hole

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Learn how to evaluate a limit by factoring

π Learn how to evaluate the limit of a function involving rational expressions. The limit of a function as the input variable of the function tends to a number/value is the number/value which the function approaches at that time. The limit of a function is usually evaluated by direct subst

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Evaluating the limit using properties of limits and special trig limits

π Learn how to evaluate the limit of a function involving trigonometric expressions. The limit of a function as the input variable of the function tends to a number/value is the number/value which the function approaches at that time. The limit of a function is usually evaluated by direct

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Evaluate the limit at a hole by factoring

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