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karush

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Solve

$$\displaystyle\lim_{h\to 0}

\dfrac{\ln{(4+h)}-\ln{h}}{h}$$

$$(A)\,0\quad

(B)\, \dfrac{1}{4}\quad

(C)\, 1\quad

(D)\, e\quad

(E)\, DNE$$

The Limit diverges so the Limit Does Not Exist (E)ok the only way I saw that it diverges is by plotting

not sure what the rule is that observation would make ploting not needed

also I noticed these AP sample questions are getting a lot of views so thot I would continue to post more