Without the n^2+2 in exponent would be easy. But how do we get rid of that?
Sorry if it's a stupid question, but in school we didn't solve these kind of problems.
The result should be e^2 or something like that.
Yes we have used the L'hopital. But the thing is that we never solved limits with "n" in exponent. I feel sorry for you soroban, thanks for help but I don't understand the whole process, what does that arrow mean? and why did you write 1^infinity.
I think this is something that I understand more. Just simple math rules.
But I have some question tho.
Could I rewrite that into this, and solve it
But the first term has still n in the exponent. Oh man, can I write it into a fraction someway?