Calculus II Improper Integrals

Anthony Campos
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These are improper integral identities that are required for memorization

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lim e^x = x→∞ translation: the limit of e to the x as x approaches infinity is equal to_________? ∞ infinity
lim e^-x = x→∞ translation: the limit of e to the negative x as x approaches infinity is equal to_________? 0 zero
lim 0.2^x = x→∞ translation: the limit of .2 to the x as x approaches infinity is equal to_________? 0 zero
lim 1/x = x→∞ translation: the limit of 1 over x as x approaches infinity is equal to_________? 0 zero
lim ln(x) = x→∞ translation: the limit of ln of x as x approaches infinity is equal to_________? ∞ infinity
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