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Methods to Evaluate limits-Rationalisation and Standard Formula
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Rationalisation method and standard formula to evaluate limits has been explained

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Vineet Loomba
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Sanyam Kapila
2 years ago
I have continued thos course.
in second last example of standard form limit is tending to a, not a+2. but according to standard form limit should tend to X+2 na
Vineet Loomba
2 months ago
We have put x+2=X that will make the limit also tend to a+2 instead of a ..hope that clears ur confusion..very nice question u have asked
Astik Adarsh
2 months ago
thank you sir
Astik Adarsh
2 months ago
thank you sir
sir √4a+2√a= 4√a how
Tannu Tyagi
3 months ago
sir plz clear my doubt
Faik aijaz
a month ago
you can write √4a=a√a
sir I followed you last 3 days because my limit is loose but now I'm concrete it , Dil se thanks
Vineet Loomba
5 months ago
Dont forget to leave 5 star review
real values hv conjugate ....??🤔 I heard conjugate is of complex ones....
Vineet Loomba
6 months ago
This conjugate is the conjugate of rationalisation :)
Sir aap jo examples dete hai jee main ke hai kafi simple lgta hai
Vineet Loomba
7 months ago
Books me yai ques hote h and exam me bhi ..this year my student scorrd 105/120 in math in jee main
Saurabh Patel
7 months ago
Thanks sir
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  2. standard Formula m-1 Q. t 23 3(2) M-22

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