the limit of ln(x) is infinite, so why does dividing it by x make it zero? If anything it should make it 1 because infinite/infinite = 1

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- Aug 28th 2010, 07:14 AMRedSwisswhy does the limit of ln(x)/x approach 0???
the limit of ln(x) is infinite, so why does dividing it by x make it zero? If anything it should make it 1 because infinite/infinite = 1

- Aug 28th 2010, 07:27 AMProve It
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Since this goes to you can use L'Hospital's Rule.

. - Aug 28th 2010, 07:29 AMRedSwiss
oh DUHHHH because infinite/infinite DOES NOT equal 1; it is indeterminate!!!

- Aug 28th 2010, 07:31 AMskeeter
- Aug 28th 2010, 07:45 AMJester
- Aug 28th 2010, 09:38 AMHallsofIvy