Hi, can someone show me how to find this limit i cant figure it out. Lim as k goes to infinity (k^(1/k))/5 ? Thank you
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Originally Posted by cowboys111 Hi, can someone show me how to find this limit i cant figure it out. Lim as k goes to infinity (k^(1/k))/5 ? Thank you I'm not sure how to prove it aside from just plugging in really large numbers, but .
Originally Posted by cowboys111 Hi, can someone show me how to find this limit i cant figure it out. Lim as k goes to infinity (k^(1/k))/5 ? Thank you Taking the natural log of both sides gives Since this yields an indeterminate form we apply L'hopitals rule go get So
Originally Posted by icemanfan I'm not sure how to prove it aside from just plugging in really large numbers, but . Try considering
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