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How to Calculate Limits with Algebra

Calculus lets you find lengths and areas that involve curves by zooming into the curve until it appears to be a straight line. Once you have a straight line, you can use algebra's slope formula to learn something about the curve. This process of finding limits then allows you to make calculations about the larger curve.

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