I have to use l'hopital's rule to show that for any fixed t, the limit as omega approaches 1, for
To do this, I assume I must differentiate with respect to omega, so that means I am allowed to take t as a constant value?
Even if I am, I can't seem to be able to get there.. Any help would be greatly appreciated, cheers.
Aha, so you have to do the DE that way.
Originally Posted by U-God
Yes, you differentiate wrt , which means you treat t as a constant:
Thanks again mr fantastic,
I don't know why I couldn't do that!! I haven't done limits all semester and I was trying to differentiate the function as a whole, not the top and bottom individually.