Evaluate the following limit: Ok i really don't know what to do so were trying to get
Last edited by purplec16; May 25th 2011 at 03:54 PM. Reason: error with latex
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Originally Posted by purplec16 Evaluate the following limit: Ok i really don't know what to do so were trying to get Another way to think about this is in terms of the derivative. Let so the limits is but each factor is just the definition of the derivative evaluates at zero but
Originally Posted by pickslides Use the result I know that but how do I make the numerator x^2
wow... so true...i can't believe i didnt see that -.- thus the answer is 1
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet Another way to think about this is in terms of the derivative. Let so the limits is but each factor is just the definition of the derivative evaluates at zero but Thats a really complex way to put it but i understand
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