Hi! I'm having trouble solving this limit: lim x->infinite ln(1+2^x)ln(1+3/x) Revelation
Oct 23, 2008 #1 Revelation 1 0 Hi! I'm having trouble solving this limit: lim x->infinite ln(1+2^x)ln(1+3/x) Revelation
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Oct 23, 2008 #2 Dick Science Advisor Homework Helper 26,258 618 The limit has the form infinity*0. That would suggest l'Hopital's rule, wouldn't it? Change the form to 0/0 or infinity/infinity.
The limit has the form infinity*0. That would suggest l'Hopital's rule, wouldn't it? Change the form to 0/0 or infinity/infinity.