hi , help please
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What have you tried? Can you use L'Hopital's rule? -Dan
Originally Posted by abualabed hi , help please If you're allowed to use L'Hospital's Rule, use it. If not, rewrite it as Go from there, using the well-known limit .
Originally Posted by abualabed hi , help please
hi
Originally Posted by abualabed hi Where on Earth did you get ?
palestine
Originally Posted by abualabed palestine a subtle error: limit for x --> 0 not (x/2) --> 0 not the same thing.
if x-->0 then (x/2)-->0
Originally Posted by abualabed if x-->0 then (x/2)-->0 Which one converges faster to 0 ? this cannot be ignored in the serch for the limit of OP question.
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