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Use your graphing calculator to evaluate limit as x goes to infinity of x^(1/2x)

I graphed it but couldn't figure out the limit.

Answers:
1) 1
2) e/2
3) pi
4) 0

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  1. is that x^[ 1/(2x) ] ?

    if so then anything ^0 = 1

    and on my calculator
    10,000^(1/20,000) = 1.000460623

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