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## mbhatti_95 2 years ago Does the limit of e^x exist at 1) x=0 2) x=+infinity 3) x= -infinity Please give details

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1. ksaimouli

!-yes x=yes 3=yes but x=infinity no

2. mbhatti_95

how?

3. ksaimouli

graph it from left it is 0 and from right it is 0

4. mbhatti_95

why does it not exist at x= infinity>?

5. amistre64

for staters, there is not such value as "infinity" so we can only take the limit of the function as x moves further and further out

6. amistre64

is there a value that e^x approaches as x gets bigger and bigger; as x approaches infinity? or does e^x continue to grow larger and larger without bound?

7. mbhatti_95

larger and larger without bound.

8. amistre64

since e^x does not "settle down" to a nice limit that can be quantified; and moves ever larger without bounds; it has no limit

9. mbhatti_95

thanks a ton :)

10. amistre64

youre welcome

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