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    $\lim_{{x}\to{\infty}} \frac{\frac {(-3)^{k+2}}{4^{2(k+1)}}}{\frac{(-3)^{k+1}}{4^{2k}}}$


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    Re: limit

    do you mean as $k \to \infty$ ?

    just cancel common factors. The end result is just a constant.
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    Re: limit

    yeah i meant k.
    Last edited by tinspire; July 25th 2014 at 10:03 PM.
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    Re: limit

    Quote Originally Posted by tinspire View Post
    yeah i meant k. the end result should be -3/16 i believe but i keep doing something wrong. can you show me how to do it?
    I shouldn't have to show you how to divide these things if you're doing limits.

    Just go through it carefully.
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    Re: limit

    think i got it
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