1 min readβ’february 15, 2024

A **limit **is the **y value a function approaches as it approaches a certain x value**. You will usually see limits in this **notation**: π

This means that as x approaches a, on the graph of f(x), the value on the y-axis that the function approaches is L.

To understand limits better, letβs look at the function f(x) = x + 1. π

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