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HW_4_4_mod - 4 Given the following limits where a is a...

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Student Name: Sections 4.4 (Due: Monday, 10/29) Description : This homework will help you learn the various types of indeterminate forms and the use of L’Hospital’s Rule to determine the behavior of these forms. Show all work to get full credit. 1) Given the following limits, where a is a constant, evaluate each limit. If a limit is indeterminate, enter INDETERMINATE. Notice that f ( x ) ≥ 0. 2) Given the following limits, where a is a constant, evaluate each limit. If a limit is indeterminate, enter INDETERMINATE. Notice that f ( x ) ≥ 0. 3) Given the following limits, where a is a constant, evaluate each limit. If a limit is indeterminate, enter INDETERMINATE.
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Unformatted text preview: 4) Given the following limits, where a is a constant, evaluate each limit. If a limit is indeterminate, enter INDETERMINATE. Notice that f ( x ) ≥ 0. Student Name: 5) Evaluate the limit. 6) Evaluate the limit. 7) Evaluate the limit. 8) Evaluate the limit. 9) Evaluate the limit. 10) Evaluate the limit. 11) Evaluate the limit. 12) Evaluate the limit. 13) Evaluate the limit. 14) Evaluate the limit. 15) Evaluate the limit. 16) Evaluate the limit. 17) Evaluate the limit. 18) Evaluate the limit. 19) If f ' is continuous, f ( 5 ) = 0, and f '( 5 ) = 9 , evaluate the limit. 20) Use the definition of derivative to compute f '(0)....
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2011 for the course MAC 2311 taught by Professor Noohi during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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HW_4_4_mod - 4 Given the following limits where a is a...

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