all linear equations have no limits right?

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what do u mean by saying (no limits ?) give an example
For example: |dw:1443039553310:dw| No limit would exist? correct?

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nope, not true. |dw:1443039598170:dw|
u mean linit=function not defined?
I suppose.
let \(\Large f(x)=ax+b\\ \) for real number a and b then \(\\ \Large \lim_{x\rightarrow c} f(x)=f(c)=ac+b\) for a real number c
So the imit would be 5 then, correct?
same with any polynomial f(x) :)
I just understand because it's graph spans all values. There is no excluded value anywhere
just don't* understand
i see, is it ur first time talking limits ?

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