(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. Find the limit as x approaches infinity of (cos(1/x))^(x^2)

attempt at a solution

I tried using e to change it's form to e^(ln(cos(1/x)*x^2) and taking the limit of the power, the problem is I'm really stuck at this point with the limit as x approaches infinity of ln(cos(1/x))*x^2, since l'hospital's rule won't work. Any suggestions for what to do next?

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# Homework Help: Find Limit as x approaches infinity

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