Evaluate the following limit, using L'Hospital's rule if necessary lim (x+1)e^(-2x) X->+infinity can't figure this one out...
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Originally Posted by thecount Evaluate the following limit, using L'Hospital's rule if necessary lim (x+1)e^(-2x) X->+infinity can't figure this one out... This is the same thing as The second limit goes to zero. Try to show that the first one also goes to zero.
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