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Originally Posted by fardeen_gen Evaluate: It would seem that: and so
Originally Posted by sinewave85 It would seem that: But this is not defined and How can something positive have a negative limit ? so ...
Originally Posted by Moo But this is not defined How can something positive have a negative limit ? ... Very sorry -- I forgot that was undefined. Thanks for catching that, Moo. I would hate to lead someone astray.
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Originally Posted by fardeen_gen Evaluate: Using the fact that , for small x, we can write: Taking logs and apply LHospital's rule, we have to evaluate to get , Finally the answer is n!
Originally Posted by Isomorphism Using the fact that , for small x, we can write: Taking logs and apply LHospital's rule, we have to evaluate to get , Finally the answer is n! After one application of L'Hospital's rule, I get then it would appear you did the following ? which would be correct if the previous step were correct What am I missing?
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Originally Posted by Random Variable After one application of L'Hospital's rule, I get then it would appear you did the following ? which would be correct if the previous step were correct What am I missing? You are not missing anything...Its wrong and was hastily written(I applied ) Here is the solution:
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