Is this or , or some other form I haven't written?
I am having trouble with this limit, and I would appreciate anyone's imput.
limit (1+(1/3X))^(7+2X)
as x->0
I have tried to manipulate this into the 2 indeterminate forms that work with L'hopitals rule to no avail.
I am leaning toward the limit approaching 0 , since the limit is undefined at x=0, if we approach x from 0+, the limit goes to infinity^7 , which means 1/[(inifinity)^-7)] = 0
Thank you for your help