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When we want to evaluate a limit, it is sometimes easier to calculate the logarithm of a limit than calculating the very limit itself.
Solution: Let denote the value of this limit, and because the limit is in the form of , which is an indeterminate form, then we consider taking the log of this function:
Since the limit is in the form of , which is yet another indeterminate form, the next natural step is to consider L'Hôpital's rule: