Find the limit by interpreting the expression as an appropriate derivative. lim [(10^h)-1]/h h-->0 I've been staring at this problem forever and don;t know where to begin, please help!
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Originally Posted by calculuskangaroo Find the limit by interpreting the expression as an appropriate derivative. lim [(10^h)-1]/h h-->0 I've been staring at this problem forever and don;t know where to begin, please help! Are you allowed to use L'Hospital's Rule?
thank you so much! can you just explain how you got from d/dh(10^h-1) to 10^h(ln10) thank you!
Originally Posted by calculuskangaroo thank you so much! can you just explain how you got from d/dh(10^h-1) to 10^h(ln10) thank you! , and the derivative of a constant is 0.
ohhh okay! i got it now thank you so much
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