**Limit Calculator** is a free online tool to calculate the limit of a function. **Protonstalk Limit Calculator** is a handy tool that makes computing limit values easier and faster.

## About Limit Calculator

### Inputs

The inputs of the calculator are:

- Limit function
- Value of x

### Steps

**Step 1:** Enter the expression and the limit value.**Step 2:** Click “**submit**” to get the limit value of the function.**Step 3:** The result of the function gets displayed in the new window.

### Outputs

- Limit value

## Limit of a function

Let **f(x)** be any function with input **x** then, it has a limit * L* at an input

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**p***f(x) gets closer and closer to L as x moves closer and closer to p*. In general, a limit is a point or value which a function can approach progressively until it is as close to it as desired.

**General form : **\(\lim_{x \rightarrow a}f(x)=L\) ,if a is any real number.

## Example

Consider an example : \(\lim_{x \rightarrow 5}(2x^{2}-5x+6)\)

\(\Rightarrow 2(5^{2})-5(5)+6\)

\(\Rightarrow\)50-5+6

\(\Rightarrow\)51

\( \lim_{x \rightarrow 5}(2x^{2}-5x+6)\)=51

## FAQ

**What is the limit of a function?**

The limit of a function at a point a in its domain (if it exists) is **the value that the function approaches as its argument approaches**. a.

**Can 0 be a limit?**

Yes, **0 can be a limit**, just like with any other real number. Limit is not restricted to a real number also it can be complex too also.

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