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For the first problem, which do you mean? or 2nd problem Take the ln of the lim, just remember to rise it to e later.
the first way you wrote it. and how can i just take the ln and do what you said for the second problem
I took the ln for you in problem 2...I guess i'll show it to you step by step Just remember to rise the answer to e. By the law of lns.. So the answer will be or just plain e. Try the first problem this way. You will probably need to l'hospital it.
Originally Posted by Linnus I took the ln for you in problem 2...I guess i'll show it to you step by step Just remember to rise the answer to e. By the law of lns.. So the answer will be or just plain e. Try the first problem this way. You will probably need to l'hospital it. cant use lhospital rule, so i dont know how to do it. Thats the problem i am having
Have you tried it? I just did and you don't actually need l'hospital. It should be obvious from here. Remeber just rise the limit to e, not including the 3.
Last edited by Linnus; September 25th 2008 at 05:45 PM.
Originally Posted by Linnus Have you tried it? I just did and you don't actually need l'hospital. It should be obvious from here. Remeber just rise the limit to e, not including the 3. I figuered it out. Its really quite simple. Just take the take the limit of the product so we have limit of 3^1/2n *limit of ((n)^(1/2))^(1/2n) the limit of the first part is 1 since 1/2n will approch o and 3^0 is 1 and then same thing for the second part so 1*1 is 1
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