Posted by **brian** on Tuesday, September 26, 2006 at 9:00pm.

need to find:

lim as x -> 0

of

4(e^2x - 1) / (e^x -1)

Try splitting the limit for the numerator and denominator

lim lim

x->0 4(e^2x-1) (4)x->0 (e^2x-1)

______________ = ________________

lim lim

x->0 e^X-1 x->0 e^x-1

Next solve for lim x->0 and simplify

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