What is the limit of(1+(1/x))^x as x approaches infinity?
Make the limit of (1+(1/x))^x as x approaches infinity equal to any variable e.g. y, k. and take the natural logarithm of both sides.
if x is substituted directly, the value will be undefined, so
l'hopital's rule is applied.
l'hopital's rule says that if
substitute for x