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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 8815 Limitations

Instructions and Help about Where Form 8815 Limitations

Hi guys, I'm Nancy and I'm going to show you how to find the limit of a value at a finite value. Limits can be confusing, so I've made a couple of videos to explain. Here are some links to my other videos for those who just want an introduction to limits or want to learn how to find the limit at infinity. But in this video, I'll be focusing on how to find the limit of a value at a finite value. Let's look at the different types of limits I'm going to cover. These are the first four of seven ways to find the limit at a finite value. These four strategies are the most common and should cover most of the limit problems you'll encounter. If you already know the type of problem you're working on, feel free to skip ahead using the links in the video or check the description for the exact time to skip to. The first strategy is to plug in the value if you can. If that doesn't work, try factoring the expression. If factoring isn't possible, see if you can get a common denominator. And if all else fails, try expanding, simplifying, and then finding the limit. These four strategies should cover about 90% of the limit problems at finite values. However, there are a few oddball cases that might come up. Let's take a look at those in a moment. But first, let's focus on the three miscellaneous oddball cases. These cases aren't covered in this video, but you can use the links provided to jump to another video where I explain them in more detail. Now, let's move on to the four most common strategies for finding limits. In most cases, you should try plugging in the value first. If you get an actual...