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I've tried it for a long time, but don't seem to get the answer.

I don't think I can apply L'Hospital's rule because the numerator is not zero or indeterminate while the denominator goes to zero

lim x-> -inf ((1+ e^(1/x))/e^x)

ok, if I assume the numerator is 1 - e^... and try to solve, I am not able to get rid of the e^x term

thanks

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# Homework Help: Limit evaluation

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