Could someone help with evaluating limits of e and ln. The manual I have does a pitiful job explaining this. For example, the question is evaluate lim ln (x-2) x->2+ Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Meeklo Braca Could someone help with evaluating limits of e and ln. The manual I have does a pitiful job explaining this. For example, the question is evaluate lim ln (x-2) x->2+ Thanks! let $\displaystyle y = x - 2$, then as $\displaystyle x \to 2^+$ we have $\displaystyle y \to 0^+$. and so your limit becomes $\displaystyle \lim_{y \to 0^+} \ln y$ which you should know. think of what the graph of the natural log looks like
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