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    A problem on limit

    Please help on the following limit.

    (e^x)+1
    Limit ----------------
    x--> infinity (e^x)+2


    P.S. The formatting is not shown properly.

    Here Numerator = (e^x)+1, Denominator = (e^x)+2
    Last edited by smt; March 26th 2009 at 07:45 AM. Reason: Not properly formatted
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    \frac{e^x +1}{e^x +2} = \frac{1 + \frac{1}{e^x}}{1 + \frac{2}{e^x}}
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    Thanks Plato,

    By the way, how can I write the mathematical expression in proper format as you did?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smt View Post
    How can I write the mathematical expression in proper format as you did?
    One must learn to use LaTeX. Here is a tutorial.
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