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- Mar 15th 2013, 09:51 PM #1

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## lim (t->0) (e^t-1+t)/t^2

Hi,

I have this question:

lim (e^t-1+t)/t^2

t->0

so I have used L' Hopital's Rule because when you sub in 0 you get "0/0" and arrived at

lim e^t+1/2t

t->0

which i assume i would use L' Hops again if the original question was e^t-1-t/t^2 (as this derived would again give the answer "0/0") but i am not sure how to get the solution because I assume i cannot use L' Hops again because when 0 is subbed in you get "2/0". I did try this before and got the wrong answer, it says that the answer is infinity.

Thank you very much for your time!

- Mar 15th 2013, 09:53 PM #2

- Mar 15th 2013, 10:13 PM #3

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