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    "Prove that:

    the limit as x goes to infinity of (ln(x))/(x^p)=0

    for any number p>0. This shows that the logarithmic function approaches infinity more slowly than any power of x."

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    This question shows how to prove the limit of a given logarithmic function is zero.

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