3 min readβ’june 7, 2020

Anusha Tekumulla

This topic focuses on using the properties of limits to determine a limit value. We refer to these properties as algebraic because they are essentially the same properties you learn in algebra. Below, youβll find a list of **properties of limits**:

Here are some example problems to better understand the limit properties:Β

The difference rule is essentially the same as the product rule. If the function in this example were 12x^3 / 27x^-2, we would use the difference rule and the answer would be 1500 / 1.08 = 1388.889.Β

The root rule is essentially the same as the power rule. If the function in this example were β(x + 4), we would use the root rule and the answer would be β9 = 2.08

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