From Abraham: Find the limit of [(1/(x+4))-(1/4)]/x as x approaches zero.
How do you use l"hopital's rule to find this limit. I know how to do it with multiplying everything by 4(x+4), and getting the answer, -1/16.But how do you apply derivatives with l'hopitals rule to this type of problem? Answered by Penny.
From Mike: I'm a high school senior. I'm in ap calculus and was wondering if you know the proof of L'Hopital's Rule? Our teacher said he has never been able to find it in a math book and was unable to derive it himself. Answered by Claude Tardif.
From Wassim: I need to know how to solve the: limits of (x ( to the power lamda) -1 )/LAMDA when lamda tends to zero ( the answer is that the functional form is ln x) and I still don't know how using hopital rule leads to this answer. Answered by Harley Weston.