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karush
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ok I chose c being false, since a limit does not exist if f(x) is different coming from $\pm$
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The 1.6.365 AP Calculus Exam Limits consists of a total of 45 multiple-choice questions and 6 free-response questions.
Students are given a total of 3 hours and 15 minutes to complete the exam. This includes a 10-minute break after the first section.
The exam covers limits, continuity, derivatives, and integrals, as well as their applications in various contexts.
Yes, a graphing calculator is allowed on the exam. However, there are certain restrictions on the types of functions and programs that can be used.
The multiple-choice section is scored based on the number of correct answers, with no penalty for incorrect answers. The free-response questions are scored on a rubric, with partial credit given for incomplete or incorrect solutions.