Okay, I attempted 3 of these and I don't know how to do the other two. So I hope I can get you guys to check if I am on the right track and teach me how to do the other two. Thanks a lot, a lot, a lot!
Use the airthmetic of limits, standard limits (clearly stated) or appropriate rules (clearly stated) to compute the limit of each sequence if it exists. Otherwise explain why the sequence diverges.
I divided the whole thing with and using standard limits I got,
Then I used l'Hopital's rule to solve the limit for the and got 1/2 and just substituted it back in and my answer is 11/4.
I don't know how to do this one!
This one is to use sandwich rule right?
Used continuity rule and got,
divided the whole thing by n
I don't know how to do this one either.