How do I find the limits for the following:
lim x-> 0+ of e^(1/x)
Lim x->-inf of (1-e^x)/(1+e^x).
I can't figure these out...please help!
I meant x was approaching zero from the right or left. I should have explained it better.one-sided limits don't exist if the limit is infinite. how could you approach infinity from the right? or - infinity from the left?
(I think I wrote that out correctly :s)
Then this would make:
Oops! Wrong in my previous post!
Am I making the problem too difficult?
I didn't notice it was . I thought it was . Oops!
Look all of you; the discussion was about the second of the two problems not the fiist: .
That limit can easily be done by simple inspection knowing that .
The first problem was which is also easy to see that the limit does exist or is depending on the textbook.