1. ## Quick question about a Limit problem

I need a bit of help with a simple limit:

$\lim_{x\to\infty}\frac{x^2}{e^{x(s + 2)} (s + 2)}$

Do we just use L'Hopital's Rule here twice in order to see that the limit = zero, or is that the wrong way to go about it?

2. ## Re: Quick question about a Limit problem

The limit depends on $s$. What do you know about $s$?

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4. ## Re: Quick question about a Limit problem

Originally Posted by girdav
The limit depends on $s$. What do you know about $s$?
S is something of a non-issue, as this limit came up as part of a Laplace transformation. I believe that zero is the correct answer to this limit - I just wanted to double check that the way I would go about it is valid and correct, or if my methodology was flawed, how else was I supposed to do it?

5. ## Re: Quick question about a Limit problem

L'hopital's rule is correct to use here.

Thanks!