I'll give you a heads up for the first one. This is the url. Good luck. These problems tend to be long. But you can do it.
http://i52.tinypic.com/4pz8zp.jpg
I understand how to work with basic limits, and those ones under square roots, & how to implement that sinx/x=1 identity (& cos, tan).
But now, I'm coming across some really confusing stuff & my teacher simply is incapable of expressing these in intelligible terms.
here are some examples:
I'm not asking for answers to all of these. But can some one point me to some videos/material that can teach me how to solve & understand these particular types of limits? I have no idea where to begin!
Perhaps a sample calculation for just the first one too.
Thanks
I'll give you a heads up for the first one. This is the url. Good luck. These problems tend to be long. But you can do it.
http://i52.tinypic.com/4pz8zp.jpg
Well, can they be put into a form where l'Hopspital's Rule can be used?
The third one can be done simply by making a simple substitution and using a well known limit definition for e^x ....
Moderator edit: The third question was double posted (against forum rules, by the way) and has been further discussed here: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tml#post582776.
If you're interested, for my senior High School project I wrote a 100 page manual on how to compute difficult limits, I could send it to you. Besides that I don't know many places where you can find material on "techniques" of limit evaluation.
Here's a thread you might find interesting from my past life