Posted by mskip on August 29, 2002 at 18:23:16:
In Reply to: Re: questions??? posted by mskip on August 29, 2002 at 18:15:47:
: : : I am trying to solve this limit:
: : : lim 1 - e^-x / e^x - 1
: : : as X aproaches 0
: : : your help will be greatly appreciated thanx
: : : Michael
: : first... if it is simple, then why are you asking?
: : (o.k. that probably wans't called for, but I love sarcasm...)
: : second... have you seen L'Hopital's rule?
: : (not sarcastic... but my answer depends on how far you have delved into the subject)
: lol!!! Well I guessed that this would be simple for some of the genuises unlike me...lol!!
: I have heard L'Hopitals but maybe you can refamiliarize me. I can probably remember if you remind me.
: Thanx Michael
Okay now that I have done some research from my text it seems that I need to remember how to do integration
uhhhhh, lim f(x) / g(x) =
as X appraoches c
f'(x) / g'(x)
so do I intergrate first with the 0 in the formula or without?
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