# 1. find the limit 2. use the definition of the limit to prove that

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• November 4th 2007, 08:21 PM
topsquark
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Originally Posted by kawafis44
thanks, now limes of sequences with trigonometry functions are more clear for me :). but what about complex numbers? i have got example like that to solve:
30. $a_{n} = \frac{in^2+2}{n^2-n+1}$

Except for perhaps simplifying the answer you can treat "i" as a constant.

-Dan
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