Limit as x goes towards 0 for the function (e^x-1)^2/(sin(e^x-1))

Any help would be much appreciated

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- October 15th 2012, 05:06 PMDylanRenkeDifficult Limit
Limit as x goes towards 0 for the function (e^x-1)^2/(sin(e^x-1))

Any help would be much appreciated - October 15th 2012, 06:20 PMTheEmptySetRe: Difficult Limit
- October 15th 2012, 07:33 PMDylanRenkeRe: Difficult Limit
Why doesnt that last line just give you 0/0? because when u approaches 0, it equals 0, and when sin(u) approaches 0, its zero as well?

- October 15th 2012, 07:41 PMTheEmptySetRe: Difficult Limit
- October 15th 2012, 07:53 PMDylanRenkeRe: Difficult Limit
It would be quiet helpful, because i really do not understand it.

- October 15th 2012, 07:55 PMDylanRenkeRe: Difficult Limit
Actually, i have found that the professor told us to memorize that limit. Thank you for the help