Posted by **NY-Calc** on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 1:45pm.

Find the limit

lim as x approaches (pi/2) e^(tanx)

I have the answer to be zero:

t = tanx

lim as t approaches negative infi e^t

= 0

Why is tan (pi/2) approaching negative infinity is my question?

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