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- Homework Statement:
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- Relevant Equations:
- (1 + a^x)^(a^(-x))

(1 + a^x)^(a^(-x))

Let's assume a, say, two.

the limit of it, with x tending to infinity,
is

Calling 2^x by a, we have that when x tend to infinity, so do a, So:

that is euler number no? Contradictory... where am i wrong?

Let's assume a, say, two.

the limit of it, with x tending to infinity,

**one**, but i was thinking...Calling 2^x by a, we have that when x tend to infinity, so do a, So: