Hello; Sorry if it's too simple, but how to calculate the limit above? All I can see right now is . Thanks.
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Originally Posted by disclaimer Hello; Sorry if it's too simple, but how to calculate the limit above? All I can see right now is . Thanks. Here.
Here's one way. Let Make the subs and change the limit to h-->0: This is a famous limit. To show it we can express the derivative of e^x at x=0 as a limit.
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