08-26-2016, 04:17 AM

TR wrote: I'm not getting involved in the personal rancor. I've already had one stroke.

Good decision

TR wrote: "... product of the limits = limits of the product ..." is not controversial to an analyst.

But L'Hospital's rule would make no sense if the product of the limits were always the limit of the product. Nit-picking? Perhaps. but obviously Christian never taught freshman calculus. Usually most of the class is going to be confused by this very misunderstanding.

Good decision

TR wrote: "... product of the limits = limits of the product ..." is not controversial to an analyst.

But L'Hospital's rule would make no sense if the product of the limits were always the limit of the product. Nit-picking? Perhaps. but obviously Christian never taught freshman calculus. Usually most of the class is going to be confused by this very misunderstanding.