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yoyo16

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## Homework Statement

Show that the limit as h approaches 0 of ((e^h)-1) / h = ln e = 1 using two numerical examples.

## Homework Equations

|Exponential

## The Attempt at a Solution

I have the solution but don't quite understand the steps involved.

1)(e^h-1)/h

2)(1+h)^(1/h)=e

3)1+h=e^h

4)...

I need help understanding how you get from the first step to the second step and then to the third step when proving this limit. Thanks.