lim as n approaches infinity of (n/(n+1))^2n limit equals e? if so why?
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Originally Posted by Nichelle14 lim as n approaches infinity of (n/(n+1))^2n limit equals e? if so why? No, Consider, Since, the limit exists, then you can evaluate, because it is countinous for . Thus, Thus, you have, Again, since is countinous you can evaluate both sides by it thus, Thus,
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