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    Note that as x goes to infinity, 1/x goes to zero, right?

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    Find the following limits as x approaches infinity:
    1) x ^ (1/x)

    (1/x) is the exponent. It may be easier to read in the attached Word doc.

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    Let's assume it is this instead:
    Lt 1^(1/x)
    x-> Inf

    Note that as x goes to infinity, 1/x goes to zero, right? so 1 to the
    zero power is just 1.

    I think it's pretty safe to assume that x^(1/x) also goes to 1 as x
    goes to ...

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