heres the equation for this sequence: http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/6712/untitledfe2.jpg

i'm asked to find the limit. I thought i could use the dqueeze theorem, i may have been on track using 1/sqrt(n) ?

help need please.

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- January 30th 2007, 06:42 PMrcmangosequence, find the limit.
heres the equation for this sequence: http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/6712/untitledfe2.jpg

i'm asked to find the limit. I thought i could use the dqueeze theorem, i may have been on track using 1/sqrt(n) ?

help need please. - January 30th 2007, 06:51 PMThePerfectHacker
Note that,

Adding 1,

Divide by

Thus,

The limits,

Thus,

- January 30th 2007, 08:51 PMrcmango
i understand. thanks.

also, where you added one. you state +sin because u also added +1 to the middle term also, correct?

thanks alot, excellent.