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    Limit problem

    What is the limit of 1/n^2 as n tends to infinity and how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by roshanhero View Post
    What is the limit of 1/n^2 as n tends to infinity and how?
    0 .. because when the denominator , n gets bigger .. 1/n will be 0.0000something and it is approaching 0 . What more when its squared .
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