Sunday, November 30, 2008

l'hopital's rule

um, wow. "In calculus, l'Hôpital's rule (also called Bernoulli's rule; and which is sometimes spelled l'Hospital due to the rule for ô in French writing) uses derivatives to help compute limits with indeterminate forms. Application (or repeated application) of the rule often converts an indeterminate form to a determinate form, allowing easy computation of the limit."

I used to know how to use this. Like, in real life.

so, I'm blogging from the hospital. (hopital, hospital, get it? right.). matt is getting an IV. Right. This. Minute. and since I get queasy with that whole piercing the skin thing...yeah.

hopefully they will be able to help him out. it's probably a virus, they say. so, there are some tests and then there's some waiting, and anyway...poor poor matt. :( He will be fine and I'm glad we're here, but yikes. At least we got seen within an hour!

1 comments:

turner said...

I agree with you on the layout... doens't suit you. Too much blue.

Hopefully Matt is feeling better by now. We await word on his health

 
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