If or , where f and g are differentiable and exists, this limit coincides with .

To apply the L'Hôpital's rule, there must be a limit in the form , where a can be a number or infinite, and have the indeterminate forms:

Infinity Minus Infinity

For the indeterminate form of infinity minus infinity, the fractions put themselves into a common denominator.

Zero Times Infinity

The indeterminate form of zero times infinity is transformed as follows:

Indeterminate Forms

In the indeterminate forms zero to the power of zero, infinity to the power of zero and one to the power of infinity; make the following transformations:

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