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Like L'hopital, is there any rule where both numerator and denominator are *integrated* rather than differentiated?

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No.
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A ratio of integrals could be interesting for various applications.  

One common situation calculus students encounter is the ratio of limits at infinity for infinite series; where series are closely related to integrals.

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