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Hairy Limit With L'Hopital's Rule 
This is a very hairy and challenging limit problem posted by Saoni from Singapore. This is a problem where you need to apply L'Hopital's rule. However, …

A Confusing Question to Me: Solving Limits by Continuity 
When we're told to solve limits, the first thing we must do is to try to evaluate the function at the point we taking the limit. In this question we have …

Indeterminations in Limits 
Why is 0/0, 0^0, ∞/∞, ∞^0, 1^∞, ∞-∞, and 0.∞ considered as indeterminate and why is k/0 not considered as indeterminate (where k is any real number except …

Limits at Corners 
This question was posted by an anonymous reader. Do functions with corners have limits (at the corner)? For example, the function: With "corners"? …

Open Question: Limit with Radicals When x approaches Zero 
We've seen limits of similar functions when x approaches infinity, for example: Limit with radicals. However, how do we find this limit? To …

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