L'Hopital's Rule & Indeterminate forms - Partner Activity "Get the same answer"
In this 16 questions - partner activity, students apply L'Hospital's Rule to evaluate limits. There are included the following indeterminate forms - 0/0, infinity / infinity, infinity minus infinity, zero ⨯ infinity, zero^zero, infinity^zero and 1^infinity. The functions included are polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, trig and inverse trig functions.
Each partner has his own set of 8 problems.
Partners will use L’Hospital’s Rule to evaluate their first two limits directly.
They will need to manipulate to make zero/zero or infinity/infinity and then to apply L’Hospital’s Rule to evaluate the next six limits.
► THE FORM of the limit and THE ANSWER of each of Partner’s A problems are THE SAME as the form of the limit and the answer of each Partner’s B corresponding problem.
(Problems A1 and B1 are corresponding, so as problems A2 and B2 and so on).
Students are instructed to show all work and check whether their results match.
Full solutions are provided.
This activity is included in my Calculus 1: Limits and Derivatives Activities BUNDLE
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