List of Notes - Category: L'Hopital's Rule
We already talked about indeterminate forms of type `0/0`. We studied rational functions and performed algebraic manipulations to get rid of indetermination.
However, there are functions that are not rational but still habe indeterminate form of type `0/0`.
Similarly there are limit of functions that represent indeterminate form of type `oo/oo`, but can't be calculated using algebraic manipulations.
However, there is corresponding L'Hopital's Rule that allows to handle indeterminate form of type `oo/oo`.
We already talked about other indeterminate forms (indeterminate differences, indeterminate products and indeterminate powers), so we know that we can convert them into either indeterminate form of type `0/0` or indeterminate form of type `oo/oo`. This allows us to use either First or Second L'Hopital's Rules.