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PROBLEM:
-series of numbers where:
x_0 = 1
and,
Find:
ATTEMPT:
So far,
L'Hopital's rule:
My application of L'Hopital's rule is incorrect. It's an indeterminate form, but not resolved in the way I indicated. Any ideas on how I could resolve the problem?
I stripped out the mimetex stuff and was able to make the question readable:
In the last step you substituted 0 for . But it is not true that for all n, so you can't make that substitution.
I put the problem into Excel, and it looks like the limit should be about -1.097, but I can't see how to get to that result algebraically. Can someone else help?
- Hollywood
Sorry I tested on my maple the answer is :
Is there a way to show that this limit can be found mathematically?
How can one find limit of
using math(without the help of computer) where ?