[New] ** Problem :**
compute the limit of when **n** goes to infinity,
and the limit of when **x** goes to zero.

>> limit((1+1/n)^n,n=infinity); E >> limit((1-cos(x))/x^2,x=0); 1/2

It should be noted that the limit functions of MuPAD implements the best known algorithm to this date. It is based on the concept of most-rapidly-varying subexpressions (MRV), and a comparison made by Dominik Gruntz on 19 exp-log expressions [3] showed that the algorithms implemented in other computer algebra systems (except Maple and MuPAD) fail on many examples, and even return wrong values !

Sun Apr 23 10:32:10 MDT 1995