How would I use the squeeze theorem to evaluate for:
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So after that step I would solve for the limits of those outer functions, how would I start for: I was going to factor out the highest power of "n" but don't know how to apply that in the denominator since it's under a square root sign.
Originally Posted by xxlvh So after that step I would solve for the limits of those outer functions, how would I start for: I was going to factor out the highest power of "n" but don't know how to apply that in the denominator since it's under a square root sign. Plato already completed the proof, but there is somethings missing with you. I hope the following will fill it. (as , we may take ) (since is continuous in a neighbourhood of ) I guess you can show now the limit on the right-hand side...
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