On 9/30/2013 4:03 AM, Robin Chapman wrote: > On 30/09/2013 07:58, Ciekaw wrote: >> On Saturday, September 28, 2013 6:30:42 PM UTC+2, Hetware wrote: >> > >>> But F(t) is not defined at t=3 because it evaluates to 0/0. >>> >> >> Hint L'Hôpital's rule >> >> f(t)=t-3 >> f'(t)=1 >> >> lim[f(t)/f(t)]=lim[f'(t)/f'(t)]=lim[1/1]=1 >> >> >> Analogy: >> If x=0 then sin(x)/x = 1 > > Hetware: 0/0 = 3 > > Ciekaw: 0/0 = 1 > > Any more entrants? >
To be correct; Hetware: 0/0 = 1 (under certain circumstances). But I've already figured out what was perplexing me.