Find the limit or show that no limit exists. I didn't really understand the lecture but I think the limit doesn't exist here. Can anyone help? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Thomas154321 Find the limit or show that no limit exists. I didn't really understand the lecture but I think the limit doesn't exist here. Can anyone help? Thanks. First note that <-- You show this. so we don't have to worry about that term. Thus -Dan
Thanks for the fast reply! Just wondering why you can just ignore the 1 in the denominator in the last line. This was another one: I think the answer is -2 but not sure, can you check please? Thanks so much!
Originally Posted by Thomas154321 Thanks for the fast reply! Just wondering why you can just ignore the 1 in the denominator in the last line. Think of it this (un-math-proof-like) way: As n gets very very large, how does compare to that measly 1? I'll leave it to you to formalize this statement. -Dan
Originally Posted by Thomas154321 -Dan
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