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  • 2 years ago

Compute the following limit:

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  1. nexis
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  2. hartnn
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    can u use L'Hopital's rule ?

  3. nexis
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    yeah, guess that's the best approach, eh

  4. hartnn
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    then its simple, could you diff. numerator ?

  5. nexis
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    let me try to solve it that way for a sec :)

  6. hartnn
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    okay !

  7. nexis
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    so this just goes to 1/(1+x^2)?

  8. hartnn
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    yes.

  9. nexis
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    oh...thanks :)

  10. hartnn
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    1/4 welcome ^_^

  11. nexis
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    what do you mean by 1/4?^^

  12. hartnn
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    what final answer did u get ?

  13. nexis
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    oh nvm ya 1/4

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