if im using L'Hopital's rule to find a limit but for infinite amout of times ill always get 0/0 or 00/00
does this mean anything
note: i have never had this experience but lets say it were to happen....
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i dont see any type of such case existing.. modifications can always be made..
Does it mean anything? Hmm that's a good question.
It might just mean you have to take another approach to solve the problem.
This happens sometimes with periodic functions like a mix of sines and cosines.
Or when dealing with square roots (because they get messier when you differentiate them).
Or an exponential divided by another exponential of a different base maybe? :o
I don't think there is anything you can immediately assume from such a case, I think just have deal with the problem in a different way :D
I could be wrong though :3
its something i just thought of lol... but it b interesting to deal with