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Given that lim x->a f(x)=0 lim x->a g(x)=0 lim x->a h(x)=1 lim x->a p(x)=infinity lim x->a q(x)= infinity. THEN (a) lim x->a f(x)/g(x)= (b)...
Let f(x) = √(-3-x)+1, if x<-4 let f (x)= 1, if x=-4 let f (x)= 3x+14, if x>-4 Calculate the following limits. Enter DNE for a limit which does not exist lim x->-4- f(x)= lim...
the limit as x approaches 0 1 - 1 ...
the limit as x approaches infinity 4x3-5x/8x43x2-2
find the lim as x approches 5 of f(x)=In(x+3) find the lim 2/x+3 x-->3 what...
Lim h-->0 (((.5 + h)5) - ((.5)5))/h
Find the Power Series of f(x) = ∫ 0->x et-1dt/t NOTE: Assume the following: g(0) = Lim g(t) as t--->0
Lim x-->∞ (1+1/x)x
Determine whether the following series is an absolute convergence, conditional convergence, or divergent and by what test: ∑,∞,n=1 ((-1)nln(n))/(2.5)n
What is the conclusion of the ratio test when applied to Σ,∞,n=1 (n!)^2/(3n)!
Use the sandwich theorem to find the limit of {(cos(n))/(10n^2)}
LIM x→1+ ((1/LN(x)) - (1/x2-1))
Using L'Hopital to Evaluate Limits L'Hopital's Rule is a method of differentiation to solve indeterminant limits. Indeterminant limits are limits of functions where both the function in the numerator and the function in the denominator are approaching 0 or positive or negative infinity. It is not clear what the limit of indeterminant forms are, but when applying L'Hopital's Rule,... read more
Help with Limits in Calculus All of calculus relies on the principle that we can always use approximations of increasing accuracy to find the exact answer, such as approximating a curve by a series of straight lines in differential calculus (the shorter the lines and as the distance between points approaches 0, the closer they are to resembling the curve) or approximating a spherical... read more
Find the limit using limit theorem
Evaluate the limit.. Lim x-->0 (1+Δx)1/2 - (1-x)1/2 / x
Evaluate the limit.. Lim Δx-->0 (x+Δx)1/2 - x1/2 / Δx
Evaluate the limit.. Lim x-->0 1-cos 5x / 1-cos 7x
Evaluate the limit.. Lim z-->∞ ln ( 1+e-z)/z