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laker88116

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[tex] \lim x \rightarrow 0+[/tex] [tex] x^x^2 [/tex]. This should read x^x^2 if that isn't clear. I am not sure where to start. I know that I need to use L'Hopitals Rule and I know that I need to get this in a form of [itex] \frac{f(x)}{g(x)}[/itex]. Any suggestions on what else to do?

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