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Please try to answer without using any standard result as i cant remember them.

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yes, But explain without using any standard result coz i know the answer using standar result.

$lim x->infinity (\frac{x+a}{x+b})^{x+b} = e^{a-b}$

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i think it will be the sol

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hey, thanx bhai.

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