I don't understand why the limit of x(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{1/loga(x)}as x approaches infinity is a, where a can be any constant for the base.

Why isn't it 1? The base (x), approaches infinity, while the exponent approaches 0 (1/infinity), so it should be (infinity)^{0}= 1.

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# Limit of x^(1/log(x))

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