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## Homework Statement

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_singularity

What is the best way to prove that e^{1/z} has an essential singularity at z=0? I have tried showing that

[tex]\lim_{z\to 0} z^k e^{1/z}[/tex]

does not exist for any natural number k, but I couldn't get it.