I explain how L'Hôpital's Rule allows you to easily find limits that are in Indeterminate Forms. Beyond the basic 0/0 or Infinity/Infinity, I explain Indeterminate Products, Indeterminate Powers, and Indeterminate Difference.
EXAMPLES at 10:04 12:20 16:46 20:21 26:14 29:34 31:32 35:50 44:33
At minute 36:21 I state that 0/3 is infinity, but of course that should be 0 and the indeterminate form would be 0^0. An annotation correction is in the video which you will need flash to see.
If you are using an iPad or don't have flash, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UUrQ6TX7Uw this has a permanent correction.
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