explain why the limit as x tends to positive 0 of 2^(1/x) = infinity but the limit as x tends to negative 0 of 2^(1/x)=0. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by alpha explain why the limit as x tends to positive 0 of 2^(1/x) = infinity but the limit as x tends to negative 0 of 2^(1/x)=0. i can see it on the graph that i have sketched but i can't explain it. Thanks. The graph itself is the best answer for your question.
Originally Posted by alpha explain why the limit as x tends to positive 0 of 2^(1/x) = infinity but the limit as x tends to negative 0 of 2^(1/x)=0. Thanks. hi Hint,
Originally Posted by Raoh hi Hint, i can see it's the same graph but what is the explanation for this. thanks.
Originally Posted by alpha i can see it's the same graph but what is the explanation for this. thanks. Remember, and
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