How would you explain to a fellow student the underlying reason for the multiplication properties for inequalities (page A75), that is, the sense or direction of an inequality remains the same if each side is multiplied by a positive real number, whereas the direction is reversed if each side is multiplied by a negative real number?

Calculus 1 Lecture 3 9/13/16 Professor’s Comments Free tutoring available at Rutgers Learning Centers Khan Academy has videos available on most topics Study groups are highly encouraged Limit Loose definition: The value a function approaches but does not reach Calculus was done for 250 years without any formal definition of a limit Limit has nothing to do with the value of the function at a specific point, it only tells us what value the function is approachi