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Other Indeterminate Forms Help
Introduction to Other Indeterminate Forms By using some algebraic manipulations, we can reduce a variety of indeterminate limits to expressions which can be treated by l’Hôpital’s Rule. We explore some of these techniques in this section.
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Improper Integrals Help
Introduction to Improper Integrals The theory of the integral that we learned earlier enables us to integrate a continuous function f ( x ) on a closed, bounded interval [ a, b ]. See Fig. 5.1. However, it is frequently convenient ...
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More on Improper Integrals Help
Introduction to More on Improper Integrals Suppose that we want to calculate the integral of a continuous function f ( x ) over an unbounded interval of the form [ A , +∞) or (−∞, B ]. The theory of the ...
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Logarithm Basics Help
Introduction to Logarithm Basics There are two types of functions: polynomial and transcendental. A polynomial of degree k is a function of the form p ( x ) = a 0 + ...
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Limits at Infinity Study Guide
Limits at Infinity This lesson will serve as a preparation for the graphing in the next lesson. Here, we will work on ways to identify asymptotes from the formula of a rational function. Rational functions are quotients, with a clear numerator and ...
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Limits at Infinity Practice Questions
To review these concepts, go to Limits at Infinity Study Guide. Limits at Infinity Practice Questions Evaluate the following infinite limits.
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