what is the limit of when k goes to infinity ?
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Originally Posted by transgalactic what is the limit of when k goes to infinity ? Now you can apply L'Hospital's Rule.
Originally Posted by transgalactic what is the limit of when k goes to infinity? This can also be done by direct comparison. If then we get . Thus
Originally Posted by transgalactic what is the limit of when k goes to infinity ? Could you please clarify your notation, does denote or ? Not that it makes a jot of difference to the answer! CB
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack Could you please clarify your notation, does denote or ? Not that it makes a jot of difference to the answer! CB I expect it's being used in the same context as for ...
Originally Posted by Prove It I expect it's being used in the same context as for ... So do I, but I object to the abuse of notation in this case because the iterated logarithm is a relativly common function. (as it happens I also object to the systematic omission of parentheses around the arguments of functions in elementary mathematics) CB
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