L'Hopital's Rule & Indeterminate forms - Practice "Get the same answer"
In this 24 questions- activity, students apply L'Hospital's Rule to evaluate limits. There are included the following indeterminate forms - 0/0, infinity / infinity, infinite minus infinity and the product of zero and infinity. All functions are included from polynomial to square root, from exponential to log, from trig to inverse trig functions.
There are two similar versions of this practice each consisting of two sections. Each section contains three groups of two limits. The problems IN EACH SECTION have THE SAME ANSWER! In section1, two problems have the form 0/0; the next two have the form infinity/infinity and the last two problems have the form infinity minus infinity. In section 2, two problems have the form 0/0; the next two have the form infinity/infinity and the last two problems have the form the product of zero and infinity.
( Not all of the questions require L'Hospital's Rule (i.e. another valid method could be used) however students are instructed to use only L'Hospital's Rule to find the limits.)
This activity can be used for class work, independent or grouped (groups of 2 or 4). It can be used as an assessment and homework as well.
Answer keys are included.
This activity is included in my TECHNIQUES OF INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES BUNDLE:
Calculus 1 & 2 : Techniques of Integration Activities BUNDLE
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