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PostPosted: Sat, 5 May 2012 18:29:50 UTC 
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Any limit in the form of a^{b} where a and b approaches to zero is always one.is it true?can we have an example to disprove it

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Any limit in the form of a^{b} where a and b approaches to zero is always one.is it true?can we have an example to disprove it


Let a=0.

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