# Rates, Sums, Limits, and Continuity

## Handouts

1. Limits Practice 1 (pdf)

2. Limits Practice 2 (pdf)

3. Average Velocity Practice (pdf)

4. Instantaneous Velocity Practice (pdf)

5. Limits Practice 3 (pdf)

6. Instant. Velocity Practice 2 (pdf)

2. Limits Practice 2 (pdf)

3. Average Velocity Practice (pdf)

4. Instantaneous Velocity Practice (pdf)

5. Limits Practice 3 (pdf)

6. Instant. Velocity Practice 2 (pdf)

## Presentations

## Challenge Options

Many of the handouts have embedded challenge options

## Outline

— We will approximate the area under a curve using Riemann sums and summation notation. We will also use trapezoids to approximate the area.

— We will explore limits through approach statements, graphs, and algebra. We will predict function behavior with limits. We will also use limits to define continuity.

— We will apply our knowledge of rates of change to develop a method to approximate the velocity of an object at an instant. We will also explore local linearity concepts..

— Honors students, we will analyze the proofs of important trigonometric limits.

— We will complete the development of Riemann sums and use Desmos to investigate using left endpoint, right endpoint, and midpoint rectangles to approximate area under a curve.

— We will explore limits through approach statements, graphs, and algebra. We will predict function behavior with limits. We will also use limits to define continuity.

— We will apply our knowledge of rates of change to develop a method to approximate the velocity of an object at an instant. We will also explore local linearity concepts..

— Honors students, we will analyze the proofs of important trigonometric limits.

— We will complete the development of Riemann sums and use Desmos to investigate using left endpoint, right endpoint, and midpoint rectangles to approximate area under a curve.

## Goals

• Approximate the area under a curve using Riemann sums and summation notation.

• Predict function behavior with limits.

• Formally define continuity.

• Discuss local linearity.

• Approximate the velocity of an object at an instant.

• Predict function behavior with limits.

• Formally define continuity.

• Discuss local linearity.

• Approximate the velocity of an object at an instant.