Finding a limit with the natural log function

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i need help with this:

lim x->[tex]\infty[/tex] of [tex]\frac{ln(2+h) - ln(2)}{h}[/tex]

i have no idea where to even begin!!
i tried resolving it, but it didn't help :[

any suggestions??
 

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Dick
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That looks funny for several reasons. You've got x->infinity and there are no x's in the limit expression. If you mean h->infinity, then it still looks funny because the limit expression is a difference quotient where you usually take h->0. But if you really mean h->infinity then you can use l'Hopital's rule.
 
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ln(a/b)= ??
 

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