Hey there, I was trying to check my calculations of one laplace tranformation and I needed to know a limit: f(x) = (-1+e^x) / x as x -> 0. And I can't seem to find the answer for this even though I try and try. So little help?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Oh I was just thinking that can you use taylor's series for this? Wolfram found some interesting series at x = 0 and I was thinking that it might give me the answer too, though I can't solve it either so help with that is greatly appreciated...

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# Lim x -> 0 problem

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