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lim n(x^(1/n)−1)

n->ifinity

Can someone please derive this for me? Ive tried using the limit definition of e^x and then applying f^-1(x) but i can only get

((n*x)-1)^1/n

any help is greatly appreciated thanks!

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# Proof of limit derivation of Natural Logrithm

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