anonymous
  • anonymous
Is the limit of ln x as x approaches to infiniti 1?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\lim_{x \rightarrow \infty} \ln x / x = (1/x)/1 = 1/x\] \[1/\infty = 0\] I used L'Hopital's rule
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh I just meant ln x not lnx/x. Thanks though
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh if u went ln x then it is unbounded and will be infinity

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Attached is a plot of Log[x], "Ln[x]", from x = 0 through x=10^100
anonymous
  • anonymous
a plot of 0 to 10^100 does not always demonstrate end behavior, inthis case it does....but not always
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just offered as a "it seems to be the case...".

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