Hi everyone. Got stuck again. Solved it for when x-> infinity but cant seem to get it for when x->0. Appreciate any help at all! lim x->0 Thanks!
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thanks Dan! But is there a way without using that rule? Johan
I thought for L'Hopital's you need both the top and bottom to tend to 0 as x tends to 0. logx tends to -infinity doesn't it?
You could try expanding and see what you come up with. Sometimes it makes it easier to see. Since x-->0, you shouldn't have to worry about an absolute value.
Originally Posted by Thomas154321 I thought for L'Hopital's you need both the top and bottom to tend to 0 as x tends to 0. logx tends to -infinity doesn't it? It can also be infinity over infinity. However that isn't the case here either. Thanks for the catch. -Dan
What is the range of ? This is a question I never raised nor answered.
The range of is the domain of , ie all real values.
Originally Posted by Thomas154321 The range of is the domain of , ie all real values. I suppose so; it just grows incredibly slow!
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