Category Archives: Limits

L’Hopital’s Rule for Limits

1. Now we are concerned about limits and we can have nightmarish limits. For example if (1a) then (1b)? What can we do? We end up using derivatives to help evaluate such limits. We have L’Hopital’s rule state, if , … Continue reading

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Some Useful Trigonometric Limits

Before I discuss differentiating trigonometric functions, we should probably review a few key useful limits. 0. Useful Statements. We will use some statements that may or may not be obvious. Squeeze Theorem. Suppose we have for all . If and … Continue reading

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