Re: prove 0 to the infinite power is not indeterminate
Originally Posted by pnfuller
suppose f is a positive function. if lim_{x->a} f(x) = 0 and lim_{x->a }g(x) = infinity, show that
lim_{x->a} [f(x)]^{g(x) }= 0
this shows that 0 to the infinite power is not an indeterminate form.
Re: prove 0 to the infinite power is not indeterminate
Originally Posted by pnfuller
i can't read post 5 and the weird little symbols it has
If that is true, I would say that the original question is over you head.
Your teacher had no business asking you to do it.
It is a higher level concept question.
To answer it properly one needs higher level understanding of limits than you seen to have.
Re: prove 0 to the infinite power is not indeterminate
its an extra credit problem and i need the extra credit so i was really trying to figure it out!
Originally Posted by Plato
If that is true, I would say that the original question is over you head.
Your teacher had no business asking you to do it.
It is a higher level concept question.
To answer it properly one needs higher level understanding of limits than you seen to have.