Let .
As ,
Can you proceed?
I have questions with the following function . How does one calculate this limit? I know it is but I don't know how to get it. I set the function equal to L and take the natural log of both sides. From there I don't know what to do. I believe you have to use L'hopital rule but I don't see how you could because if you do it like that then you get the answer to be which is incorrect. What am I doing wrong?
P.S. Here are my steps
Where do I go from here?
Thanks for your help, but I figured it out by multiplying the function inside the natural log by 1/x over 1/x and then doing it. I got the right answer. However, when I did it your way I got . How did I go wrong?
EDIT: I did it again and got e^3, how do I get e^-3?
EDIT 2: I just found my error. Thank you again for showing me this. This was much easier then the way I did it!