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    limits of sequences proof

    Prove the following:

    A) lim ( sqrt( n^2 + 1 ) - n ) = 0
    B) lim ( sqrt( n^2 + n ) - n ) = 1/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowcurv99 View Post
    Prove the following:

    A) lim ( sqrt( n^2 + 1 ) - n ) = 0
    Here, (B) is very similar
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