## Limit X--->0

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Limit X--->0 x2/x

2. Relevant equations

L'hospitals rule. y=eln(y)

3. The attempt at a solution

I tried using the theory that works for limit x---> 0 xx = 1. But I end up getting limit x---> 0 e2/x = infinity. How should I set up l'hospitals law?

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 As x approaches 0+, ln(x) approaches negative infinity while 2/x approaches 0. I'm confused.

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## Limit X--->0

 Quote by Hockeystar As x approaches 0+, ln(x) approaches negative infinity while 2/x approaches 0. I'm confused.
I would say as x->0+ 2/x approaches +infinity. (-infinity)*(+infinity) doesn't look indeterminant to me.

 Ah thanks I always mix up lim x to infinity and x to 0. So u get e^(-infinity) = 0

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