Please help me prove these limits:
1. as x approaches 0
2. as x appproaches 0
Thanks for your help.
I apologize if it is hard to read, but how do you make it easier to read? Is there a program that helps you do that, or do you just use the math key so much that you got used to writing in that "language."
You get used to writing in it, if you do a lot of it. It's just another life skill to have and put on a CV: fluency in LaTeX, like any other programming or typesetting language, or html or whatever. I taught myself by writing everything I knew about mathematics in LaTeX. (And three sheets of paper later, after lunch I went and did something else.)
yes.
of course, sound more "mathy" when you say it
also, if the 2x bothers you, you can replace it. let t = 2x say. then as , and your limit becomes
which looks a lot more like the limit you know. this is just cosmetics though, not necessary. you are more than welcome to say