I have been working with a limit for a while now but cannot for the life of me seem to solve it. Any ideas:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

lim[x appr. 0] of (x^x)/((e^x)-1)

I've tried turning x^x into e^(x ln(x)), but the root of my problem is that I'm unsure of whether or not I can use L'Hopital's because technically, (0^0)/0 is not necessarily of the form 0/0.

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# Limit with multiple zeros

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