Evaluate the limit for .

First we write and . Then we use the expansion of (p. 287), to obtain expansions for and ,

Therefore, we have

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Find the limit as *x* goes to 0 of * (a*^{x} – 1) / (b^{x} – 1)

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Evaluate the limit for .

First we write and . Then we use the expansion of (p. 287), to obtain expansions for and ,

Therefore, we have

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