in a calculus problem i am doing, i need to find the Limit of(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Lim (1+x)ln(e-1/x^2)-x

x->infinity

i have brought it to a point where i have ln(e+1/x^2)+x(ln(e+1/x^2)-1)

therefore my limit is 1-(0*inf)

can i leave this as 1-0=1 and that would be my answer or do i somehow need to change it around to get 0/0 of inf/inf??

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# Homework Help: Is 0*infinity an uncertainty

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