L'Hopital's Rule Task Cards, Notes, Graphic Organizer
This activity is designed for Calculus AB Calculus BC, and College Calculus 1 or 2 depending upon curriculum. L’Hopital’s is often part of the unit, Applications of the Derivative, but in some schools it comes at the end of the unit, Techniques of Integration, right before Improper Integrals in Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC.
In this activity, students are to use L’Hopital’s Rule to evaluate the integrals.
✓ Task Cards:
There are two sets of 22 Task Cards plus two blanks for you to customize. One set has QR code and the other does not. Students do not need to use the internet to check their answers but must have a device with the QR reader app installed.
# 1 - 11 are of the form 0/0
# 2 - 16 are of the form ∞ / ∞, 0* ∞, ∞ - ∞
# 17 -20 are exponential forms
# 21 - 22 are the only ones with no limit.
Each group could get one of each type or you could use the cards as a sort to determine the method to be used.
✓ Master List of Questions
✓ Student response sheets
✓ Answer keys
✓ Two sets of student notes, seven problems, with and without full step-by-step typed solutions giving you two options.
✓ Graphic Organizer with section hints
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