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10. 2/2 points | Previous Answers SCalcET7 4.4.073. What happens if you try to use l'Hospital's Rule to find the limit? Evaluate the limit using another method. Rule result in the original limit or the limit of the reciprocal of the function. Another method is to try dividing the numerator and denominator by x lim x x x 2 + You cannot apply l'Hopital's Rule because the denominator equals zero for some value x = a Repeated applications of l'Hopital's Rule result in the original limit or the limit of the reciprocal of the function. You cannot apply l'Hopital's Rule because the numerator equals zero for some value x = a You cannot apply l'Hopital's Rule because the function is not continuous. You cannot apply l'Hopital's Rule because the function is not differentiable. : 2 . . x 2 lim 2
12/14/16, 3)56 PM hw22S4.4 Page 9 of 10 11. 3/3 points | Previous Answers SCalcET7 4.4.509.XP. Evaluate the limit. $$ 76 x 0 7 sin x 7 x 3 Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution 12. 5/5 points | Previous Answers Start with a circle of radius r= 14 . Form the two shaded regions pictured below: c( θ ) has an arc and two straight line sides and t( θ ) is a right triangle. Note that the areas of these two regions will be functions of θ ; r is fixed in the problem. (a) Find a formula for Area(c( θ ))= $$(14 · 142)( θ cos ( θ ) · sin ( θ )) . lim x 0 7 sin x 7 x 3 x
12/14/16, 3)56 PM hw22S4.4 Page 10 of 10 (b) Area(t( θ ))= $$(14 · 142)( sin ( θ ) cos ( θ ) · sin ( θ )) . (c) = $$0 . (d) = $$0 . (e) [Area(c( θ ))/Area(t( θ ))]= $$43 .

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