How can you show that the limit of this as , approaches 0 is not 0...?

I understand why it doesn't approach 0 since approaches 0 quicker than , but how can it be shown more formally?

I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks.

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- Nov 9th 2008, 06:37 PMWWTL@WHLLimits
How can you show that the limit of this as , approaches 0 is not 0...?

I understand why it doesn't approach 0 since approaches 0 quicker than , but how can it be shown more formally?

I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks. - Nov 9th 2008, 07:37 PMMathstud28
- Nov 10th 2008, 12:19 AMWWTL@WHL
Yes, sorry if that wasn't clear. Any ideas? :)

- Nov 10th 2008, 05:48 AMcolby2152
- Nov 10th 2008, 06:26 AMCaptainBlack