hi im stuck on a question and dnt knw what the answer is about..
Xn=(n^4+1)/(n^4-4). for n>2.
it asks me to determine L=lim n->infinity Xn
for each positive real number e, determine an integer No such that |Xn-L|<e for all integers n>No
hi im stuck on a question and dnt knw what the answer is about..
Xn=(n^4+1)/(n^4-4). for n>2.
it asks me to determine L=lim n->infinity Xn
for each positive real number e, determine an integer No such that |Xn-L|<e for all integers n>No
I'll give some help with the first bit (needed for the second bit) and let you have another try at the second bit:
nope.. my lecture notes arent very informant.. sorry bout that.
the answers are quite confusing. because they get 1+5/(n^4+1). dnt knw where that 5 came from?
nope.. my lecture notes arent very informant.. sorry bout that.
the answers are quite confusing. because they get 1+5/(n^4+1). dnt knw where that 5 came from?
Another way of doing it is to first note that ......
You're advised to thoroughly review the algebra that is pre-requisite for these sorts of questions.
nope.. my lecture notes arent very informant.. sorry bout that.
the answers are quite confusing. because they get 1+5/(n^4+1). dnt knw where that 5 came from?
I'm sorry but I find it hard to believe that you would be given a question like this and have no example to refer to, either from class notes or textbook.