Help me find the limit? Is this an integral problem? I'm lost...

Compute the limit

limit as n approaches infinity of [1+(x/n)]^(n)

exactly, for each fixed x and use your calculator to write a decimal approximation of the limit when x = 1.

Basically, I don't know what the question is asking or how to approach the problem. If somebody could break it down for me that would be great.

We have a test tomorrow on integration and he wants us to use what we learned from that chapter.

Also, if somebody could provide a link that might benefit me I'd appreciate that too... the biggest problem I'm having is that I really don't know WHAT to google in this case. lol

Thanks guys.