Check out this interesting comic riddle from Spikedmath.com! The sky is the limit when it comes to Math!
Do give it a try, before scrolling down to view the answer.
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First, we use L’Hopital’s Rule since the initial limit is a 0/0 indeterminate form.
(We have also used the product rule and chain rule in this step)
Substituting x=k into the expression, we get which is equivalent to .
This is a humorous math comic based on the popular brainteaser: How do we join 9 dots using 4 lines?
(Hint: Think out of the box. See the solution here: Answer)
However, Spiked Math has added a new twist to the riddle. Enjoy the comic!
Comic-Strip Math: Problem Solving: 80 Reproducible Cartoons With Dozens and Dozens of Story Problems That Motivate Students and Build Essential Math Skills
Math + Comics = Learning That’s Fun! Help students build essential math skills and meet math standards with 80 laugh-out-loud comic strips and companion mini-story problems. Each reproducible comic and problem set reinforces a key math skill: multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, measurement, geometry, and more. Great to use for small-group or independent class work and for homework! For use with Grades 3-6.