```
f=(e^(-x))/(2+ sin(x));
limit(f,x=infinity)
```

this yields "undefined", but the limits is clearly zero, thus I gather I am missing something very basic. All help is appreciated.

1 | initial version |

```
f=(e^(-x))/(2+ sin(x));
limit(f,x=infinity)
```

this yields "undefined", but the limits is clearly zero, thus I gather I am missing something very basic. All help is appreciated.

2 | No.2 Revision |

```
f=(e^(-x))/(2+ sin(x));
limit(f,x=infinity)
```

this yields "undefined", but the limits is clearly zero, thus I gather there's a bug or I am missing something ~~very basic. ~~basic . All help is appreciated.

3 | retagged |

```
f=(e^(-x))/(2+ sin(x));
limit(f,x=infinity)
```

this yields "undefined", but the limits is clearly zero, thus I gather there's a bug or I am missing something basic . All help is appreciated.

4 | retagged |

```
f=(e^(-x))/(2+ sin(x));
limit(f,x=infinity)
```

this yields "undefined", but the limits is clearly zero, thus I gather there's a bug or I am missing something basic . All help is appreciated.

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