Professor says no calculator, got to memorize certain graphs?
Professor says no calculator, only for homework. But I'm wondering, for graphs like y = lnx when finding limits would it be safe to say that I am expected to know what the graph looks like?
Professor says no calculator, only for homework. But I'm wondering, for graphs like y = lnx when finding limits would it be safe to say that I am expected to know what the graph looks like?
Is there a lot of the to memorize? Or just the basic ones like sinx, cox, etc. logx, lnx? And I guess just practicing more and more limit problems.
I agree with Mr. F here, friend. I will say, however, that the graphs of polynomials and the early transcendentals ( basic trig, logarithimic, etc...) are a biggie.
I wouldn't sweat it. When then time comes to know the graph, you will know the graph.