Find
Can I do this:
where l'Hopital's rule is applied to the numerator only. Then reapply l'Hopital's rule again:
Lemme know if my divide and conquer approach with l'Hopital's rule is legit.
I would say not ... the original limit does not exist.
limit as x to 0 (x*log(x))/(log(1& #43;2x)) - Wolfram|Alpha
What exactly does this approach violate? I'm looking at the rules for L`Hopitals and I don't quite see where this goes wrong, but it obviously does violate something: http://bradley.bradley.edu/~delgado/121/Lhopital.pdf
Any ideas?
Right. With this, you prove
Then reapply l'Hopital's rule again:
Lemme know if my divide and conquer approach with l'Hopital's rule is legit.
But now, you find:
Fernando Revilla