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**learn18** find the limit of each sequence:

A) Sn = (1 + 1/2n)^(2n)

B) Sn = ( 1 + 1/n)^(2n)

C) Sn - (1 + 1/n) ^ (n-1)

D) Sn = (n/(n+1))^n

E) Sn = (1+ 1/2n)^n

F) Sn = ((n+2)/(n+1))^(n+3)

I found the answers to be this: A)e B) e^2 C) e D) 1/e E) sqrt(e) F) e...but I found the answers by using a different way then what the problems asks...it says to use the binomial theorem and the limit is referred to as e and is used as the base for natural logarithms.........Anyone know what they are asking and how to show the work needed to get the answers I got on A-F?