# LHospitalsRule

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1. Does ∞ - 0 require the use of L'H?
2. How do you solve Indeterminate Products like Zero times infinity?
• • Make sure to remember to take derivative of entire bottom.
3. Derive  4. Derive  5. Can you use L'H in the situation 0/∞?
No, it is just 0.
6. Derivative of  7. Is ∞ - ∞ indeterminate?
Yes, find a common denominator and use LH.
8. Why does r-2+ r2 not equal zero?
Cannot combine negative and positive powers
9. Derivative of  10. Simplify • • Because you can't combine neg/pos powers, you need to find a common denominator, then add.
11. 0
0

For 0 / 0 can you use L'H?
Yes, 0/0 is indeterminate.
12. What is equal to? (from the left...)
13. Derivative of • • Remember pi is just a constant!
14. The derivative of is? 15. Derivative of  16. L'H can be used?

Yes, Infinity over infinity
 Author: kariefury ID: 13858 Card Set: LHospitalsRule Updated: 2010-07-20 16:28:36 Tags: Calculus Limits Folders: Description: L'Hospitals Rule and additional trig associations needed. Show Answers: