(a > 0 , b > 0)
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I must be reading your question wrong, because it looks like you have
In which case those x's will cancel and the limit is just
No , it's with [ ]
Which is NOT standard notation. I would guess that you mean the floor function which would be [x] without the upper serifs.
Originally Posted by gilyos No , it's with [ ] Which is the greatest integer function or the floor function.
We know that so it follows that .
That being the case at some point, so that means .
Now what can you say about this limit?
but , what I doing now ???
Originally Posted by gilyos
but , what I doing now ??? That has absolutely nothing to do with this question.
Do you understand that means that
Which means in turn that
Which implies .
Note is does not matter what is.
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