Resolution of limits with zero indetermination between zero and zero. Exercises resolved.

I am going to explain to you now, with several exercises, how to solve the limits with indeterminate zero divided by zero.

In each of them, although the same procedure will be followed, you will see that each one has its nuances, so I recommend that you analyze each one of them carefully.

We begin by describing the general procedure for resolving limits with 0/0 indetermination.

Procedure to solve limits with zero indetermination between zero

First of all, it should be noted that we do not know whether the limit will be determined or undetermined and, if it is undetermined, we do not know what indeterminacy it will be.

Therefore, the first step to solve any limit is to replace the x with the number you shop for and see what you get.

Let us suppose that after replacing and operating we reach the result 0/0, which is an indeterminacy.

From this point on, to resolve the indeterminations of the zero rate between zero and zero, the following procedure must be followed:

    1. The polynomials of the numerator and denominator are broken down into factors.
    2. We replace polynomials at the limit by their decomposition into factors.
    3. The factors that are repeated in the numerator and in the denominator are eliminated. This eliminates indeterminacy
    4. Replace the x with the number you are tending to, arriving at a certain solution.

The biggest difficulty of this procedure lies in the decomposition of polynomials into factors, so you must be very clear about how to decompose polynomials, as well as how to master the remarkable products, how to extract common factor, the Ruffini method…

Resolved exercises of limits with zero indetermination between zero

Let’s solve a few step-by-step examples of limits with 0/0 indetermination so you can learn how to solve them.

This time, I am going to focus on the limit resolution procedure, without going into too much detail at each step, so that you have an overview above all.

Let’s go with the first example:

limits indeterminate resolved exercises

First, we replace the x with the 3 to solve the limit and it gives us as a result the zero indeterminacy between zero and zero:

indeterminacion 0/0

Therefore, I am going to break down the polynomials of the numerator and the denominator into factors. The polynomial of the numerator is a remarkable product, so its decomposition is:

exercises of indeterminate limits

The polynomial of the denominator cannot be broken down, as it is already grade 1 and is therefore already reduced to the maximum, so it remains the same.

I replace the polynomial of the numerator by its decomposition into factors and it remains:

exercises of indeterminate limits 0/0

The factor (x-3) is repeated in the numerator and in the denominator so I can eliminate it:

exercises resolved from indeterminate limits

Looking like this:

limites 0/0

Once we have eliminated the repeated factors, the indeterminacy has also been eliminated, so we can replace the x with the 3 and reach the limit solution:

limite 0/0

Let’s solve another example:

exercises of undetermined limits resolved

We replace the x with the 2 and operate. We’ve reached indeterminacy 0/0:

exercises of indeterminate limits 0/0 solved

In this case, both polynomials are grade 2, so they can be broken down into factors. We’ll break them down and we’ll have some left:

limites indeterminados ejercicios

limites indeterminados 0/0

We replace polynomials by their decomposition into factors:

limites indeterminados ejemplos

And we eliminate the factors that are repeated in the numerator and in the denominator, which in this case is the factor (x-2):

examples of indeterminate limits

When we eliminate it, it’s left to us:

limits undetermined 0/0 exercises solved

We replace the x with the 2 and operate again. The indeterminacy has disappeared and we have reached the final result:

indeterminaciones 0/0

Let’s solve one last example:

exercises of resolved limits

We replace the x with the 0 and operate. The result is zero indetermination between zero and zero:

indeterminación 0/0

We now break down the polynomials into factors. Sometimes, it is not necessary to break down the polynomial into grade 1 or irreducible factors. What we are trying to achieve by breaking them down is to find a factor that is repeated up and down to eliminate it and that the indeterminacy disappears.

So, this time, we see that we can draw common factor to the x in both polynomials:

how to solve indeterminate limits

limits for step-by-step exercises

And therefore, it is the x the factor that we eliminate in the numerator and in the denominator, so it is not necessary to continue decomposing the factor of grade 3, which has remained in the denominator:

resolver limites indeterminados

indeterminacion 0/0 exercises resolved

When we eliminate the x of the numerator and the denominator we have left:

exercises limits indeterminate

That we replace the x with zero again and arrive at the final result:

limit exercises solved by factoring step by step

As I was telling you at the beginning, although the resolution procedure is the same, each limit has its details and you have to be prepared with a good mathematical basis to be able to break down any polynomial, since it is the difference between them.

How to solve limits with zero indetermination between zero and root indetermination

Many times, limits with 0/0 indetermination have roots and in these cases it is not possible to factor the polynomials to eliminate the same factor from the numerator and the denominator.

How do you solve a limit with 0/0 indetermination that has roots?

In this case, the numerator and denominator must be multiplied by the conjugate of the binomial where the root is.

For example:

indeterminaciones 0/0 ejercicios

We replace the x with the 1 and it gives us the result of zero indeterminacy between zero and zero:

form limits 0/0

In this case, the root is in the denominator, therefore, of this binomial will be the conjugate by which we will have to multiply the numerator and the denominator:

how to solve limits

The denominator is a sum per difference, which is equal to a difference of squares:

ejercicios de limites 0/0

And in the numerator, we have a grade 2 factor that is a difference of squares, which we can break down as a sum by difference:

exercises of indeterminate limits by factoring

And in this way, the factor (x-1) can be eliminated from the numerator and denominator:

indeterminacion 0/0 con raíces

And we’re left with it:

0/0 limites

Now we can replace the x with the 1 and we have reached the solution, since we have eliminated the indeterminacy:

exercises solved from limits

Let’s see another example:

ejercicios de limites

We replace the x with the 3 and arrive at the result of zero between zero:

limites indeterminados

We multiply the numerator and the denominator by the conjugate of the numerator’s binomial:

limit resolution

In the numerator we have a sum per difference, which is equal to a difference of squares:

limite indeterminado 0/0

In the denominator we have the binomial (x²-9), which is a difference of squares and we can put it as a sum per difference:

limits 0/0 resolved exercises

By having it this way, we can eliminate the factor (x-3):

exercises of limits solved by factoring

And we’re left with it:

limits 0/0 exercises

We replace the x with the 3 and we reach the solution of the limit:

zero between zero

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