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Tricky Limits Question

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charlottewill

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Mar 7, 2012
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Please could someone assist me with this question

Compute the limit of

lim t→∞ p(t)

where p(t) = M*exp(D*exp(c*t))
 
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Fantini

"Read Euler, read Euler." - Laplace
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Feb 29, 2012
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Charlotte, could you please use LaTeX for your problem? Here's how:

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\( p(t) = M \cdot \exp (D \cdot \exp (c \cdot t) ) \)
yields \( p(t) = M \cdot \exp (D \cdot \exp (c \cdot t) ) \). Also, what is D and what is c? Are they constants, if yes, do you have additional information about them? Can you post the problem in full?
 
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