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Compute the following limits using L'Hospital's Rule if appropriate.The limit of ((7^x)-7) / ((x^2)-1) as x approaches 1 and The limit of ((tan^-1)(x)) / ((1/x)-7) as x approaches infinity

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Compute the following limits using L'Hospital's Rule if appropriate.

The limit of ((7^x)-7) / ((x^2)-1) as x approaches 1 

and 

The limit of ((tan^-1)(x)) / ((1/x)-7) as x approaches infinity

 

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Step 1

The limit expressions are

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Step 2

Compute the limits as follows.

The limit of ((7^x) – 7) / ((x^2) – 1) as x approaches 1

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Step 3

The limit of ((tan^ – 1)(x)) / ((1/x) – ...

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