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I know that when you take this limit it is equal to e^-wo, but I was just wondering how you got there when taking the limit?

lim w-->wo ((exp(w)-exp(wo))/(w-wo))^-1 = 1/e^wo

w and wo are both two points within the same plane.

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# Finding the limit of lim w-->wo ((exp(w)-exp(wo))/(w-wo))^-1

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