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use the definition of derivative to prove that

lim x->0 [ln(1+x)]/[x] = 1

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    [ln (u + h) - ln (u)]/h as h-->0= definition of d/du(ln u) = 1/u
    here u = 1
    so
    1/1 = 1

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