How about ? anything else?
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by crossbone How about ? anything else? Check wikipedia or a textbook.
You can go directly to L'Hospital's Rule if it's of the form or . However, you can apply some transformations to the other forms to get them to or .
Originally Posted by crossbone How about ? anything else? The form is not 'indeterminate'!... more precisely if You have a function like with and is ... Are You sure that is 'indeterminate'?... Kind regards
Other 'indeterminate forms' that are not reported in the 'holy books' and can be solved with l'Hopital's rule are [in my opinion...] and ... Kind regards
Originally Posted by dwsmith Check wikipedia or a textbook. I did but it didn't include even though and were. isn't it an indeterminate form?
First paragraph from this source ... http://spectrum.troy.edu/~andrew/doc...ETERMINATE.pdf ... lists "seven known" indeterminate forms.
seems like it's not then. so what's the value of
Originally Posted by crossbone seems like it's not then. so what's the value of consider ... when
makes sense. thanks!
View Tag Cloud