I know that i have to use L'Hos rule and to take a derevative, but I cant get it.
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by kashifzaidi I know that i have to use L'Hos rule and to take a derevative, but I cant get it. Let Take the ln of both sides and see where that gets ya.
Originally Posted by kashifzaidi I know that i have to use L'Hos rule and to take a derevative, but I cant get it. DO you have to use L'Hospital? Note that . So The stuff inside the brackets as . What does as ?
Originally Posted by kashifzaidi I know that i have to use L'Hos rule and to take a derevative, but I cant get it. If you substitute the limit can be written as and you can now use a well known limit involving our good friend to easily get the answer.
what is the other side ?
Originally Posted by kashifzaidi what is the other side ? y
I did it...but I know that answer is not from the following: 0 , INFINITY or -INFINITY
Originally Posted by kashifzaidi I did it...but I know that answer is not from the following: 0 , INFINITY or -INFINITY read this thread of related interest: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...te-limits.html Now read my first reply again.
View Tag Cloud