lim (x-->infinity) (x/ x+1)^lnx Do I change it into an integral?
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I'm a bit confused... so I got lost after the 3rd step...and also what does e equal to?
Originally Posted by circuscircus I'm a bit confused... so I got lost after the 3rd step...and also what does e equal to? but that's not what red_dog used here. he used the fact that thus here you could replace with i hope you understand the rest, if not say so. (he used L'Hopital's rule to evaluate the limit in the power)
Last edited by Jhevon; October 7th 2007 at 09:04 AM.
Originally Posted by circuscircus I'm a bit confused... so I got lost after the 3rd step...and also what does e equal to? How could you be expected to do this limit if you don't know the definition of e?? (Seeing as ln(x) is the inverse function to .) -Dan
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