# Solve Limit Problems

This is a very common problem which is also known as 'the 99 limit problem.' Below you can see three products: '99 Problems,' '99 Problems - Cotton,' '99 Problems - Poly.' To see how these products are currently set up, go to 'Reorder variants.' Once you open this, you can see that we've got four sizes: small, medium, large and XL; four colours: yellow, red, orange, and blue; and three materials: cotton, poly, and wool.

This is a very common problem which is also known as 'the 99 limit problem.' Below you can see three products: '99 Problems,' '99 Problems - Cotton,' '99 Problems - Poly.' To see how these products are currently set up, go to 'Reorder variants.' Once you open this, you can see that we've got four sizes: small, medium, large and XL; four colours: yellow, red, orange, and blue; and three materials: cotton, poly, and wool.

Special cases of limits are solved and the related graphs are described.

Solving Calculus limit and derivative problems are made understandable in this guide.

When you first start your business, you usually only have to organize a small number of products with just a few variants.

However, as your business and your products mature, you might find yourself needing to add additional variants to each product, and eventually, you'll reach the limit of variants possible inside of Shopify.

Some limits are of a form called a Limit that does not exist.