VALUES OF SOME EXPRESSIONS WHICH ARE PRESENTED UNDER THE INDETERMINATE FORM \(\frac{\infty }{\infty }, \infty ^{0}, \, \dots .\) A RELATIONSHIP WHICH EXISTS BETWEEN THE RATIO OF FINITE DIFFERENCES AND THE DERIVED FUNCTION.

We have considered in the previous lecture the functions of the variable x, which, for a particular value of the variable, are presented under the indeterminant form \( \frac{0}{0}. \ \) It often happens that this form is found replaced by one of the following

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