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Interactive video lesson plan for: Infinite Limits & Vertical Asymptotes

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EXAMPLES at 10:26 13:51 16:16 26:33 29:55 NOTE:At minute 29:16 I say the denominator equals zero, but it is undefined at pi/2.
I introduce and explain the Infinite Limits Theorem and the Definition of Vertical Asymptotes and then work through five examples. The first three examples involve algebraic rational functions and I remind you of the difference of asymptotes and holes (removable discontinuities) and the last two involve Trig functions in the rational equations.

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