anonymous
  • anonymous
i want to know more about the left and right hand limits
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anonymous
  • anonymous
do you understand it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well there is nothing more, they are just limits...
anonymous
  • anonymous
but they differ sometimes when you take them from the left n right. Depends on the graph

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Right Hand and Left Hand Limits is used in the limit section to find the limit of the right side of the graph and the left side of the graph. Problems with the right and left hand rule are solved with graphs.
anonymous
  • anonymous
When x is getting closer to a certain number and it has a positive sign on the top corner it means that the right hand limit has to be used and if it is negative then the left hand limit needs to be used. Start on the right side of the line on the graph to find the right hand limit and where ever it ends that is the right hand limit.
anonymous
  • anonymous
for example: if \[\lim_{x \rightarrow a+} = \lim_{x \rightarrow a-} = f(a)\] then the limit exists & the vice versa.
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/home/programs/undergrad/CalculusQuestStudyGuides/SandS/lHopital/define_limit.html
anonymous
  • anonymous
exactly , nothing better than math links
anonymous
  • anonymous
guys, i really cant understand why on earth you ask "what is .." questions, is it so hard to ask google?
anonymous
  • anonymous
or she can youtube some limit problems ^_^
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh come on andy, google has professional ppl that talk and explain in a very complicated way, but when you come here and interact with students of different levels , it's much easier to understand :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Google is actually my best friend (yes, even better than my gf), if Google would go down, I don't know what I would do, maybe jump out the window or something..
anonymous
  • anonymous
I myself don't like googling stuff, I use youtube , where a student explains the concept for me in a much simpler way
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's better to interact with students ^_^ makes life easier.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm... ok, you have a point, but mine is bigger
anonymous
  • anonymous
what is bigger?

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