Lim "x→ ∞." ln(x) / square root of x?

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Use L'Hopital's Rule: Take the derivative of the numerator and denominator separately, then try evaluating the limit again. lim x→∞ [ ln(x) / Sqrt(x ...
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Positive: 41 %
$$\lim_{x \rightarrow 0} \sqrt ... The square root function isn't defined in the ... The limit of iterated square root with multiplication under the root ...
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Positive: 38 %

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The square root function isn't defined in the negative domain and therefore, ... $$\lim_{x\to 0}\sqrt x\;\;\text{since this function's defined only for $\; ...
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Positive: 41 %
... Calculate $$\lim_{x \to ... meaningful answer from the square root expression. Factoring out $x ... 1}{2}}}}= \lim_{x \to \infty}e^{\ln{x^2}} - e ...
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Positive: 36 %
Original problem= lim of ((x^2)-81)/(SqRt(x)-3) as x -> 9. ... lim x^2-81/x-3, limit (square root of 9)/x-81, lim as x approaches 9 of (x^2-81)/(|x-9|),
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Positive: 22 %
(xlnx). This is an indeterminate form of the type 0 1. To apply l’H^opital’s rule we must rewrite it as a quotient. First try: lim x!0+ x (lnx) ...
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Positive: 10 %

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