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\[\lim_{x \rightarrow 5} 1/(1+5)^4\]

woops. the 1 is an x

It would be infinity

oh

why so?

Do you know L'Hopital's rule

nope. is it the only way?

the answer is infinity. just have no clue how to work it out.

Ok what you can do is:

wait i just noticed

u mean it's x-5 in the denominator right? otherwise it wouldn't be infinity

yes, x-5

oops the last factor should also be (1-5/x)

awesome, thanks for your effort! just wondering line 6. why are you diving everything by x?

hm it's true that was a useless step

I was thinking that it was going to x->infinity at first, but i realized it was x->5 after lol

for example, (x-5) doesn't equal (1-5/x)

sorry, i guess it is. just would have never thought of that!

if you divide the numerator, you MUST also divide the denominator!

awesome, this is just amazing. never would have figured out this.

k. thanks for your time. im now 'a fan' haha.

Hehe awesome ;) Good luck with everything

cheers