2.3 Limits of Functions

By the end of your studying, you should know:
Onscreen applet instructions: Use the slider to let h > 0 and investigate the limiting behavior of f(2 + h) as h > 0. Compare approaching h = 0 from the right, and from the left. Why does, or doesn't, the limit exist at h = 0?
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Resources on the WebInformation on NewtonBiographical data from St. Andrew's University's Web site Excerpt from W.W. Rouse Ball's "A Short Account of the History of Mathematics"
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