# help true or false statements about limitations

• Feb 17th 2014, 01:35 PM
kevinmarquez438
help true or false statements about limitations
Also answer these true or false questions. This is NOT about the graph!Help me answer true or false about limits! Calculus Please if the statement is false rewrite the statement to make it true. Question has 5 statements be clear. True or false, if false say why or rewrite sentence. Thanks! 1-If the limit of a function exists at a point c in the domain of the function, then the function is continous at c.2-the function value does not have to exist at a point c for the limit to exist as x->c 3-as x->0^- -> 1/x ->infinity 4-a function is continuous if it is continuous over the intervals4-a function is continous if it is continous over the real numbers 5-all continous functions are continous over the real numbers Please be clear . (In statement 3, the 0 has a negative sign in front)
• Feb 17th 2014, 01:39 PM
kevinmarquez438
Re: help true or false statements about limitations
orry it is all together..separated by 1-,2-,3,4,5, total if 5 statements
Also answer these true or false questions. !Help me answer true or false about limits! Calculus Please if the statement is false rewrite the statement to make it true. Question has 5 statements be clear. True or false, if false say why or rewrite sentence. Thanks!
1-If the limit of a function exists at a point c in the domain of the function, then the function is continous at c
2-the function value does not have to exist at a point c for the limit to exist as x->c
3-as x->0^- -> 1/x ->infinity
4-a function is continuous if it is continuous over the intervals4-a function is continous if it is continous over the real numbers
5-all continous functions are continous over the real numbers
• Feb 18th 2014, 08:58 AM
hollywood
Re: help true or false statements about limitations
I'd like to know what your thoughts are on these statements. For example, for #1, what does it mean for the function to be continuous at c? There should be a definition in your textbook.

- Hollywood