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I was studying L'Hopital's rule and how to deal with indeterminate forms of the type 0^0.

It's not clear to me how lim e^f(x) = e^lim f(x).

In wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27H%C3%B4pital%27s_rule" [Broken] (under other indeterminate forms)

it says "It is valid to move the limit inside the exponential function because the exponential function is continuous".

But that would mean lim(x->a) e^f(x) = e^f(a).

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