One Multiplied By Itself Indefinitely

Calculus Level 2

\[\large \displaystyle \large{\lim_{x\to\infty}\left(\dfrac{x+6}{x+1}\right)^{x+4}}\]

The limit above can be expressed as \(e^a\) for some integer \(a\). Find \(a\).

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