Hey everyone, Can anyone help solve this limit? I'm having some difficulty. Thanks
Last edited by evant8950; January 22nd 2010 at 06:45 AM.
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Hello evant8950 Welcome to Math Help Forum! Originally Posted by evant8950 Hey everyone, Can anyone help solve this limit? I'm having some difficulty. Thanks I assume you mean: In which case write it as: Now write the Binomial expansion of , and simplify. Then you'll find that Grandad
Originally Posted by evant8950 Hey everyone, Can anyone help solve this limit? I'm having some difficulty. Thanks For and multiplying by gives I think you can finish.
Originally Posted by evant8950 Hey everyone, Can anyone help solve this limit? I'm having some difficulty. Thanks Tonio Oh, it never mind: somebody already did ALL the work for you. **sigh**
Mmm.. We have for now as yields the result. (Ahhh, I'm slow today.)
Thanks everyone for the help. I appreciate it.
x=Root(t+1) so =(1-x)/(-x)(x+1)(1-x)=1/(-x^2-x) t->0 means x->1 lim 1/(-x^2-x)=-0.5 x->1 OK..
oops..I came late..
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