indeterminate forms

indeterminate forms

[‚in·də′tərm·ə·nət ′fȯrmz]
(mathematics)
Products, quotients, differences, or powers of functions which are undefined when the argument of the function has a certain value, because one or both of the functions are zero or infinite; however, the limit of the product, quotient, and so on as the argument approaches this value is well defined.
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In classical calculus, the indeterminate forms are [4]:
It is obvious that there are seven types of indeterminate forms in classical calculus [4],
As a conjecture, we can say that there are ten forms of the indeterminate forms in Neutrosophic calculus
but I decided to use variously sized and shaped canvases, some of which were undulating white rectangles and some of which had indeterminate forms.
Dynamic geometry software such as Cabri3D [Cabri3D], ClassPad Manager [ClassPad], Geometer's Sketchpad [GSketchpad], and Geometry Expressions [GExpressions] avoid the analytical indeterminate forms by working directly with the geometric objects--circles, lines, intersections, projections,.
In particular, it was shown how indeterminate forms can compromise the reliability of numerical computations and how the absence of uniform convergence with respect to a parameterization of a curve can lead to misleading symbolic and graphical results.
Maple 10 worksheet showing the effect of the indeterminate forms on graphic, numeric, and symbolic attempts to answer the Shrinking Circle Problem, 2007, http://www.
Mark Zangari(8) uses indeterminate forms as a key feature in his response to Zeno's arguments, concentrating mainly on the third paradox, the Arrow:
8) See Zangari, "Zeno, Zero and Indeterminate Forms.
The arrow paradox, no matter how it began, has evolved into its modern form and it is with this that I am concerned"; Zangari, "Zeno, Zero and Indeterminate Forms," 190.
Beginning with the 'Fun Palace' and 'Potteries Thinkbelt', Cedric Price began exploring the impact of information technologies on indeterminate forms of architecture whose invisible attributes were as important, if not more important than any physical or formal aspects.
I find this 'dirty' coloration intensly [sic] erotic, especially paired with indeterminate forms.