
Does ∞  0 require the use of L'H?
No, the answer is ∞.

How do you solve Indeterminate Products like Zero times infinity?
 Make sure to remember to take derivative of entire bottom.

Derive

Derive

Can you use L'H in the situation 0/∞?
No, it is just 0.

Derivative of

Is ∞  ∞ indeterminate?
Yes, find a common denominator and use LH.

Why does r^{2}+ r^{2 }not equal zero?
Cannot combine negative and positive powers

Derivative of

Simplify
 Because you can't combine neg/pos powers, you need to find a common denominator, then add.

0
0
For 0 / 0 can you use L'H?
Yes, 0/0 is indeterminate.

What is equal to? (from the left...)
∞

Derivative of
 Remember pi is just a constant!

The derivative of is?

Derivative of

L'H can be used?
∞
∞
Yes, Infinity over infinity

