These are typical examples of the limits I am having trouble on. I need help and I have test on Monday eek I understand most limits I just have trouble with these. =D Thank You-- Carol-ANN

PS. I know how to do number 4

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- August 30th 2009, 09:36 AMflutterbyLimits
**These are typical examples of the limits I am having trouble on. I need help and I have test on Monday eek I understand most limits I just have trouble with these. =D Thank You-- Carol-ANN**

PS. I know how to do number 4

- August 30th 2009, 10:40 AMDeMath
For 1)

- August 30th 2009, 01:34 PMeXist
For #2)

Substitute and apply Hospital's rule:

For #3)

Look at this graph:

http://www.intmath.com/Trigonometric-graphs/tanx.gif

As you get

For #5)

It's a similar problem. You're approaching form the right (positive side) so substitute 1.1 in. You're going to get a really large negative number. Now imagine as it is going to approach