I've just started studying calculus on my own and at first it was smooth sailing with basic problems on functions, their graphs and functional equations but then I moved on to limits and i find it shit hard. It's easy to evaluate by substitution but when the indeterminate forms pop up (which is always) it gets too hard for me to do (except the easy factorisation ones). I'm wondering if integration and differentiation are equally difficult or possibly even harder
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