Section
2.2. Read the entire section. Answer the
following qestions by 7:00 am. Send an e-mail with
subject line **MA251** to selliott@utm.edu .

Pay particular attention to Definition 1 and Figure 2.

1) Finish the
following sentence: " The limit of f(x), as *x*
approaches *a* equals L if we can make the values of
f(x) as close to L as we like by taking *x* to be
sufficiently close to *a* ( . . . . ) . .
. .

1) Finish
the following sentence: " The limit of f(x), as
*x*
approaches *a* equals L if we can make the
values of f(x) as close to L
as we like by taking *x* to be sufficiently
close to *a* (on
either side of A ) but not equal to A

2) What is the limit as x approaches 1 of (x-1)/(x^2 - 1) ?

0.5Scotty Blankenship

3) Is the
function *sin* (PI/x) close to any particular
value when x is near zero?

3) No..the limit does
not exist

Alyssa Reed