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suju101

  • 2 years ago

solve: lim(x->1+) (x-1)^(1-x)

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  1. PROSS
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  2. suju101
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    i also need the steps involved

  3. PROSS
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    You might try a table of values such as x=1.1 x=1.01 x=1.001 x=1.0001 We often use this method as we introduce the topic of limits.

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    You can also use a graphical approach to verify your solution.

  5. Rogue
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    Use the same method I showed you before for that sin^tan limit. - let y = the limit - Take ln of both sides - If possible, apply L'Hopital's - If needed, iterate L'Hopital's

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