We examine two ways of extending the definition of limit: A function can be said to have a limit of infinity (or minus infinity) at a point if it grows without bound near that point. ...

We examine two ways of extending the definition of limit: A function can be said to have a limit of infinity (or minus infinity) at a point if it grows without bound near that point.

A function can have a limit at a point if values of the function get close to a value as the points get arbitrarily large.

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Full NameComment goes here.Matthew Leingang, Clinical Associate Professor of Mathematics at New York University gust5c2f7bd: sorry you feel that way. These are companion slides to a class and I offer my insight in person. Try a more recent version and see if it's better.guest5c2f7bdyep guest70eeca is so right! need more insightfulness and not just take it right off a textbook!!!!need esaier understandment!Matthew Leingang, Clinical Associate Professor of Mathematics at New York University guest70eeca: Congratulations on your insightful comment!wpeacock4257Tagslimits5 years ago