Use L'H to solve the limit as x approaches 2 of (x/2)^(1/(x-2))
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This was taking a bit of time to calculate the derivative so I used Wolfram Alpha and it says the answer would be root e. Sorry I couldn't help more
I need to show the steps, is there any way you could show me those? I got the same thing with wolfram.
Wait, you can actually take out 1/2 from x/2 because it is a constant and just evaluate x^(1/(x-2)). Now you would just treat it as you would as if you were finding the derivative of a^x, just it would be a bit more complicated because you would need to rewrite it.