## 18 Questions

Based on observations on the activity, it can be concluded that limits of functions do not play a role in calculus.

False

As you substitute each value of x on the given function, the values of f(x) remain constant.

False

When comparing the values of f(x) on the right side to the values of f(x) on the left side, they are always equal.

False

Calculus is also known as Differential Calculus.

False

The limit laws are not applicable when evaluating the limits of algebraic functions.

False

In Calculus, the limit process quantifies the relationship between three variables or quantities.

False

The study of the rate of change is not associated with Calculus.

False

The existence of a limit of a function as x approaches c depends only on whether f(c) is defined.

False

If a function is defined at every number in an open interval containing c, then the limit of f(x) as x approaches c is necessarily equal to f(c).

False

The limit of a function refers to the value that the function approaches at a specific value.

True

In Calculus, the limit laws apply to polynomial, Rational, and radical functions.

True

The Constant Rule and Identity Rule are examples of Limit Laws in Calculus.

True

The sum rule states that if c and k are real numbers, then the limit of c + k as x approaches a exists.

True

The difference rule states that the limit of f(x) - g(x) as x approaches a is equal to the limit of f(x) as x approaches a minus the limit of g(x) as x approaches a.

False

According to the product rule in limit laws, the limit of f(x) * g(x) as x approaches a is equal to the limit of f(x) as x approaches a multiplied by the limit of g(x) as x approaches a.

True

The power rule states that the limit of an expression raised to a positive integer n as x approaches a is equal to the limit of the expression raised to n as x approaches a.

False

The root rule allows us to find the limit of a function when the variable is inside a root expression.

True

Indeterminate form may occur when both numerator and denominator of a rational function are zero after direct substitution in a limit evaluation.

True

This quiz involves substituting given values of x into a function of a single variable to find the corresponding output. Analyze the results to observe any patterns or trends in the function's behavior.

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