Hey all,

Having trouble trying to find the limit for the following sequence

as the sequence goes from to

Thanks for all the help....

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- October 7th 2011, 09:24 PMOilerlimit for a sequence...
Hey all,

Having trouble trying to find the limit for the following sequence

as the sequence goes from to

Thanks for all the help.... - October 7th 2011, 11:18 PMsbhatnagarRe: limit for a sequence...
aquires the indeterminate form, . So I would suggest the use of L' Hopital's rule. (Wait)

Also check what wolfram alpha has to say:chick here - October 7th 2011, 11:22 PMOilerRe: limit for a sequence...
Thanks :-)

- October 7th 2011, 11:29 PMprocess91Re: limit for a sequence...
Not to dissuade you from trying this, but I don't think L'Hopital's will help here. First off, it is of indeterminate form . Furthermore, since these are all exponential functions, they will all reappear when applying L'Hopital's rule, and will only be multiplied by constants, so you will still have an indeterminate form. WolframAlpha doesn't show the steps, unfortunately.

- October 8th 2011, 03:44 AMsbhatnagarRe: limit for a sequence...
Yes, I am sorry. It is of the indeterminate form .

Tried L' Hopital's. It is also of no use here.(Crying)

Wolfram Alpha shows (1/2) but there seems no way to solve it. - October 8th 2011, 04:07 AMPlatoRe: limit for a sequence...