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Infinite and Non-Existent Limits

Functions where output values continue to get larger or smaller without limit or where limits do not exist.

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Analysis Analyzing Functions
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    Infinite and Non-Existent Limits
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    Vocabulary

    \infty

    \infty

    The symbol "\infty" means "infinity", and is an abstract concept describing a value greater than any countable number.
    Asymptotes

    Asymptotes

    An asymptote is a line on the graph of a function representing a value toward which the function may approach, but does not reach (with certain exceptions).
    infinite limit

    infinite limit

    A function has an infinite limit if it's output approaches infinity or negative infinity as very large or very small values are calculated for the input variable (usually "x").
    infinity

    infinity

    Infinity is an unbounded quantity that is greater than any countable number. The symbol for infinity is \infty.
    limit

    limit

    A limit is the value that the output of a function approaches as the input of the function approaches a given value.

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