Hello, I need some help for two horrific limits... when x -> 1. The whole "(x-1)^2+(1/(x+1))" goes with the "e^" And, secondly: when x-> +oo Thank you!
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Originally Posted by Gogol Hello, I need some help for two horrific limits... when x -> 1. The whole "(x-1)^2+(1/(x+1))" goes with the "e^" Thank you! Since we have a case of , L'Hopital's Rule works. Plug in :
Originally Posted by Gogol Hello, I need some help for two horrific limits... And, secondly: when x-> +oo Thank you! Now we have another case, so we can use L'Hopital's Rule again. Taking the derivatives of the top and bottom gives us: Now take the limit:
Thank you!
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