Limit with indeterminate form

I wasn't sure what to do with this problem on a test and got it wrong. Substituting 0 directly into the problem didn't seem to help me as it became an indeterminate form. I know the answer is 1 now, but I still can't reverse evaluate the limit. I factored , but I don't know really where to go from there.

Re: Limit with indeterminate form

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**AZach**
I wasn't sure what to do with this problem on a test and got it wrong. Substituting 0 directly into the problem didn't seem to help me as it became an indeterminate form. I know the answer is 1 now, but I still can't reverse evaluate the limit. I factored

, but I don't know really where to go from there.

Re: Limit with indeterminate form

My laTex is bad today.

Make common denominator and factor out the t. You're left with 1/(t+1). Substitute.