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    Limit proof

    How to prove that lim√nlogn=+ ∞ as n goes to ∞? Is it |√nlogn - ∞|< e as n>ne or...?
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    Beause \sqrt n  \geqslant \frac{{\ln (n)}}{2} then \sqrt n \ln (n) \geqslant \frac{{\left[ {\ln (n)} \right]^2 }}{2}.
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