Dear all,

Please help me for the next limits:

1.

2.

3.

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- November 7th 2011, 02:37 PMmatboyHelp with limits of indeterminant form.
Dear all,

Please help me for the next limits:

1.

2.

3. - November 7th 2011, 03:01 PMTheEmptySetRe: Please help me for the next limits
- November 8th 2011, 04:00 AMmr fantasticRe: Please help me for the next limits
- November 9th 2011, 01:56 AMsbhatnagarRe: Please help me for the next limits
Q2 can be easily solved by using L Hopital's rule but since calculus isnt allowed, I have used the series expansion of ln(1+x).

- November 9th 2011, 02:12 AMProve ItRe: Please help me for the next limits
- November 9th 2011, 03:24 AMsbhatnagarRe: Please help me for the next limits
Oh! sorry I completely forgot about that.

- November 9th 2011, 05:13 AMTheChazRe: Please help me for the next limits
- November 9th 2011, 05:58 PMmr fantasticRe: Please help me for the next limits
- November 9th 2011, 06:53 PMDevenoRe: Please help me for the next limits
i think we should take mr. f's suggestion and run with it. use only algebraic methods, and certain "primitive" limits like sin(x)/x as x --> 0 (which can be proved geometrically).

yes, this may not be the original poster's intent, but are we mathematicians, or mice?