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Learn what is limit in calculus. Learn basic concepts of Limits for Pre Calculus. This Limits Lecture will introduce you what is limit of a function in mathematics. This is the first conceptual video required to start learning calculus. Limits & Continuity is very important concepts of pre calculus math.
We need concept of limits to understand the continuity of a function, then we use basic idea of limits to understand derivative ( differentiation) and anti-derivative ( integration) in calculus.

A limit in calculus looks at what happens to a function when the input approaches a certain value.

Limits in calculus are of two types one left hand limit and other right hand limits. To find the limit of any point we need to have the right hand limit equal to left hand limit. Then only we can define at certain point limits of calculus.
here in the video I have discussed the introduction to limits of calculus. I hope you are understanding what is exactly limit in calculus.
Limits in calculus is really an integral part. From limits only we start the calculus of mathematics. After learning limits in calculus only we can understand the fundamentals of calculus.
Limits is just the approaching value of certain function at certain value.
To find the limits in calculus of any function at any point we simply plug the approaching value in the function.
Once we get right hand limit and left hand limit equal then we say there limit exist other wise limit do not exit in calculus.
About limits in calculus I have also illustrated it here by the graphs that will make you more clear in the concept of limits in calculus.

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