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Originally Posted by zorro Question : Evaluate Since , consider (I suggest using l'Hopital's Rule). If you need more help, please show all your working and state specifically where you're stuck.
as we know that and now following up on mr fantastic work, we have that for is and as the whole limit is
Originally Posted by Krizalid as we know that and Could u please explain me how did u jump to the conclusion that and I am a novice so if u could provide me with the link where this can be derived i would appreciate it a lot
Hint: Use l'hopital's on both limits.
Originally Posted by Defunkt Hint: Use l'hopital's on both limits. could u tell me which two limits ....i can see only 1 limit...
Originally Posted by zorro could u tell me which two limits ....i can see only 1 limit... For goodness sake! Go back and read post #4, your post. The one in which you asked about two limits. That is the post that Defunkt replied to.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic For goodness sake! Go back and read post #4, your post. The one in which you asked about two limits. That is the post that Defunkt replied to. Sorry for annoying u so much but i cant understand #First.... how you got , #Second..... how Krizalid concluded As we know that and
mmm, that's serious. first one is a known property, it's just and those limits, pretty basic, you can even prove them (if that pleases you) by applying L'Hôpital's rule.
Originally Posted by Krizalid mmm, that's serious. first one is a known property, it's just and those limits, pretty basic, you can even prove them (if that pleases you) by applying L'Hôpital's rule. Thanks for ur reply but what about the second one , could u please tel me how u derived that
Originally Posted by zorro Thanks for ur reply but what about the second one , could u please tel me how u derived that There are several options for finding but the simplest option is the best one for you to use: Apply l'Hopital's Rule twice.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Since , consider (I suggest using l'Hopital's Rule). If you need more help, please show all your working and state specifically where you're stuck. = Using L'Hospitals Rule weget = = Dividing nu & de by x weget = = Is this correct or have i done something wrong.....And after this what should i do??
Originally Posted by zorro = Using L'Hospitals Rule weget = = Dividing nu & de by x weget = = Is this correct or have i done something wrong.....And after this what should i do?? Correct. So
Thank u Mr fantastic and every body else for ur guidance
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