Hence is the mirror-image of through the line
The functions differ by ever-increasing magnitude
Reviewed my textbook on limits. It went over various types including the difference between limits that go to infinity. A problem occurred to me that the book didn't cover so I'm posting this as a puzzle.
Let's define this function: g(x) = exp(x) - ln(x) and let x approach infinity. What value does g(x) take on when x approaches infinity? (I'm wondering whether using the series approach will solve this problem).