calculus help please

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what is lim as x reaches one of the function x/LN(x)

is it one or does the limit it not exist.

hi

what is limit as x reaches one of the function x/LN(x)

is it one or does the limit it not exist.

Have you tried graphing it?
That will tell you if the limit exists.

yes it says when i try to find the limit of one so will it be "does not exist"

this is a multiple choice question so the answers are
a)0
b)1/e
c)1
d)e
E)nonexistant

does not exist is correct.

  • calculus help please -

    use the graph of the function f to state the value of each limit if it exists. if it does not exist explain why.
    a. lim x--->0 neg. f(x)
    b. lim x--->0 pos. f(x)
    c.lim x---->0 f(x)

    F(x)= 1/1e^(1/x)

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