Chapter No.3, General Theorem, Intermediate
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“Indeterminate” refers to a value that is not known. A mathematical statement known as the indeterminate form states that even after substituting the limits, we are still unable to determine the original value. The indeterminate form of limits and various indeterminate forms in algebraic expressions will be covered in this article along with examples.
Course Contents

Rolle’s theorem

Geometrical interpretation of Rolle’s theorem

The mean value theorems

Another form of mean value theorem

Increasing and decreasing functions

Cauchy’s mean value theorem

Extended mean value theorem

Indeterminate form

The form 0×∞ (or ∞×0)

The form ∞−∞
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