What's a
Limit?
As you get increasingly close to an xvalue
(let's call that xvalue "a") on a graph or in an
equation, f(x) will get increasingly close to
being a specific yvalue.
That specific yvalue you're getting closer and
closer to is called the limit (L).
Sometimes, it is the same as f(a).
Sometimes it is not the same as f(a).
Limits have nothing to do with the actual y
value when x = a.... They are just what the
function "should be" then.
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