A world without limits

Limits are an integral part of calculus because a range of variables form the limits in the integrations of the structures we see daily. This includes everything from the design of airplanes to the design of your phone, and from skyscrapers to insurance rates. Modern physics, chemistry, and now biology and economics all deal with limits or derivatives or integration or differential equations. In your initial post, respond to the following statement:

If limits hadn’t been invented, civilization in the modern sense would not exist. Without limits, the concept of technology could not progress forward.
State your position on this topic and provide a rationale to support your answer. You are encouraged to include examples and applicable research in support of your position. After you create your initial post, analyze at least two of your classmates posts and comment on the examples they provided in response to the statement above.

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