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So monday I have my math test, it's gonna be about limits, derivatives and combination & permutation ...

I have some question;

if you get an indeterminate form of +[tex]\infty - \infty[/tex], is there any rule to ease everything for you. like how you can use the Hopital ruel for 0/0 ? anw what do you do in general when you get this kind of indeterminate form?

if they ask you to see if the function is derivable in [tex]\x_{0}[/tex], when do you study the right and left derivation ?

that s it for now!

hope to hear from you soon. Thanks

Mohammed

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# Homework Help: Limits in general

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