lim_{x→0+} (1+3x)^(1/x) = eł How do I fill in the blanks? In other words, how do I show that they are equal? Thank you!
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If presents an indetermination of the form then, by a well known result being .
Thank you! I'm pretty sure I recognize those results by using them in differential equations.
Originally Posted by CountingPenguins lim_{x→0+} (1+3x)^(1/x) = eł How do I fill in the blanks? In other words, how do I show that they are equal? Thank you! A well known definition of e is . So make the substitution in your limit ....
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