lt(x-->0+)(e^x+x)^2/x
p=(e^x+x)^2/x
so,ln p=2ln(e^x+x)/x
so,lim ln p=2 lim (x-->0+)ln (e^x+x)/x
so,ln lim p=2 lim(x-->0+)1/(e^x+x)[by l'hospital's rule]
so,lim p=e^2
Describe the type of indeterminate form that is obtained by direct substitutions.
Evaluate the integral using L'Hopital's Rule if necessary.
I understand that indeterminate means having no definite or definable value. But I don't what to put for it.