Hello

I'm having trouble calculating the right hand limit of sqrt(x) * ln(x) at 0

I see that it's an indeterminate form of the type 0 * -infinity

So I tried turning into the limit of sqrt(x) / (1/lnx) so that it would be a case of 0/0

and applied L'Hopitals rule, but I got that it's equal to

1/2 * limit at 0+ of sqrt(x) * (lnx)^2

In other words back where I started...what am I doing wrong?