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How to solve this limit question? The answer is infinity, but, according to my calculation limit should not exist.

How to solve this limit question? The answer is infinity, but, according to my calculation limit should not exist.

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Hardik
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4 years ago
We have to find integration of,X/1-XNow add and subtract 1 to numerator we get,X-1+1/1-XOR -(X-1+1/X-1)So we get- (X-1/X-1+1/X-1)>-(1/X-1)>-[LN(X-1)]NOW LIMIT IS X APPROACHES TO 1>-[LN(1-1)]>-[LN(0)]= INFINITYSO INFINITY IS REQ. ANSWER

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