Mathematics Algebra Basic Algebra 616971
Prove that Lim_x--> infinity (1 - 1/x)^x = 1/e.
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Prove that Lim_x--> infinity (1 - 1/x)^x = 1/e.

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It proves that the limit of the function (1 - 1/x)^x is equal to 1/e ,
where e is the mathematical constant
The solution is given in detail.
It also express the limit of the function (1 + 1/n)^n is equal to e.

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