In our readings, we had L'Hôpitals rule and defined it like that:
Because we had it in our readings, we are allowed to use this to find limit of functions.
Now my question is, is it possible to use this rule for products? If yes, do you think I would be allowed to do it (since we have dicussed this rule in our reading...)?
Actually, a fraction is a product at the same time, isn't it?
Because we can also write:
and it would be called product, or am I totally wrong here?
How would you use L'Hôpitals rule for products? Possible at all? I could imagine it has something to do with fraction and reciprocal. But not sure about that.