Posted by **Max** on Friday, January 7, 2011 at 12:33pm.

Hi

Please helpe me to demonstrate that lim x->0 [ln(1+x)+ln(1-x)]/[cos(x)-1]= 2

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- math - i need some serious help with limits in pre-calc. here are a few ...
- Calculus L'Hopital Rule - lim x->0 (x)sin(x)/1-cos(x). They both go to 0 so 0...
- Calc Please Help - Are these correct? lim x->0 (x)/(sqrt(x^2+4) - 2) I get 4/...
- Limits - Let lim f(x) =16 as x->4 and lim g(x) =8 as x->4 Use the limit ...
- Calculus - yes! tnk u ok? It's actually (x->0.) Find the limit of cot(x)-csc(...
- Calculus..more help! - I have a question relating to limits that I solved lim(x...
- Calc. Limits - Are these correct? lim x->0 (x)/(sqrt(x^2+4) - 2) I get 4/0...
- calc - Are these correct? lim x->0 (x)/(sqrt(x^2+4) - 2) I get 4/0= +/- ...
- CALCULUS - need help! - Determine the limit of the trigonometric function (if it...
- Calculus - Find the limit. lim 5-x/(x^2-25) x-->5 Here is the work I have so ...

More Related Questions