Alright, I'm not the greatest mathematician so I thought I would ask for help on this one, it seems a bit more complicated than I'm used to. as limit x approaches +infinity (ln x)^(1/x) Any thoughts?
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Originally Posted by gnelly08 Alright, I'm not the greatest mathematician so I thought I would ask for help on this one, it seems a bit more complicated than I'm used to. as limit x approaches +infinity (ln x)^(1/x) Any thoughts? It's 1, consider the limit of ln(ln(x)^(1/x))=(1/x)ln(ln(x)). CB
Hello, There are several methods, I suggest you this : We want to find the limit of when . Take then . And for we have So and therefore
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