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vikash chandola Grade:
        

is there any proof or derivation of L hospital rule

6 years ago

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
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Dear vikash,


Let lim stand for the limit  lim_(x->c), lim_(x->c^-), lim_(x->c^+), lim_(x->infty), or lim_(x->-infty), and suppose that lim f(x) and lim g(x) are both zero or are both +/-infty. If










 lim(f^'(x))/(g^'(x))



has a finite value or if the limit is +/-infty, then










 lim(f(x))/(g(x))=lim(f^'(x))/(g^'(x)).



Historically, this result first appeared in l'Hospital's 1696 treatise, which was the first textbook on differential calculas.


 










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6 years ago
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