Evaluate the following limit. limit: x approaches infinity. (x + 1)/(e^x) --- Using L'Hopital's rule would give me 1/e^x... I'm blanking out with limits.. Can someone explain this to me? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Savior_Self Evaluate the following limit. limit: x approaches infinity. (x + 1)/(e^x) --- Using L'Hopital's rule would give me 1/e^x... I'm blanking out with limits.. Can someone explain this to me? Thanks. Looks good to me! Now, what happens to 1/e^x as x goes to infinity? The numerator stays 1 while the denominator gets larger and larger.
approaches zero, yes?
Originally Posted by Savior_Self approaches zero, yes? Yes.
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