(lim x -> 0) ln(1+x)/x=1 Hi, I'm stuck on this question. The book wants me to prove it, using the definition of a derivative.
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Originally Posted by cityismine (lim x -> 0) ln(1+x)/x=1 Hi, I'm stuck on this question. The book wants me to prove it, using the definition of a derivative. Ok well we first note that So then knowing that we can legally subtract zero from an expression we see that Now seeing that this matches up pretty well with We can see that
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