How do you use l'Hopital's rule when you don't have any equations for the lines, just a graph without numerical distinctions? When, for example, a function is representative of the ratio of two functions on the graph?
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the graph tells you the limits right? Lhoptials rule is for working th enumbers without a graph i thiought
you can try to match an equation to the graph; by plotting points and wrapping a curve to it; or you can try to work out a suitable equation by loooking that the way the graph behaves at its asymptotes
I'm not sure. It's a preamble to l'hopital's rule, but we are supposed to use it to find the limits.... I'm not sure these graphs are guessable equations.