1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data *indeterminate* oops the limit of x^x as x goes to zero from the right 2. Relevant equations Going to be using L'hopital, and related algebraic manipulations to convert to indefinite form 0/0, infinity/infinity 3. The attempt at a solution My understanding is that this limit produces initially by plugging in 0 the indefinite exponential form 0^0, and so I have the choice to either: a) take natural log, bring down the x... b) write in exponential form of 'e' I always use the log method bc I dont really get truly whats going on in method b. When I use 'a', I end up with the form -x, which gives me a limit of 0. When 'b' is used, the textbook says the limit is 1, because 'e'^xlnx = 'e'^0 = 1. This is in Stewart's single var. calc text as an exponential indefinite form example. Thanks.