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Color Deconvolution can remove an obscuring color  from the foreground or background and it can be usefull in fields such as fingerprint examination or forensic document examination.
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Q:

Show that \$lim_{x to 0}frac{x^2ln(1+x)}{ln(1+x)}=1\$

\$\$lim_{x to 0}frac{x^2ln(1+x)}{ln(1+x)}=1\$\$
What I did so far is:
I multiply both sides with \$frac{1}{x^2}\$ and then I did this:
\$\$lim_{x to 0}frac{ln(1+x)}{x^2}\$\$
and then:
\$\$lim_{x to 0}frac{ln(1+x)}{frac{ln(1+x)}{x^2}}=lim_{x to 0}frac{x^2ln(1+x)}{ln(1+x)}\$\$
which is wrong because this limit does not exist.

A:

Note that:
\$\$begin{align}
lim_{xto0}frac{ln(1+x)}{x^2}&=lim_{xto0}frac{1}{x^2}cdotlnleft(1+frac1xright)\\
&=lim_{xto0}frac1{x^2}cdotleft(-frac1xright)\\
&=-1
end{align}\$\$

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For loop iterator is ‘undefined’ after using setInterval()

I have a problem with the setInterval() function. My problem is that I get an ‘undefined’ error on the third and fourth loop through. I believe I have been able to add two loops to the main loop, which isn’t necessary, but it does fix the problem. Here is the code below, and as you will notice, I have added the ‘2nd’ and ‘4th’ sets of iterations, which show the problem:
var i=0;
var myInterval=setInterval(function(){

document.getElementById(“i”).innerHTML=i;

if(i==5){
clearInterval(myInterval);
}

if(i==10){
clearInterval(myInterval);
}

if(i==15){
clearInterval(myInterval);
}

if(i==20){
clearInterval(myInterval);