I know that since and each limit of this product goes to 0. However, how would you write an -proof for this limit?
Last edited by akolman; Nov 29th 2008 at 02:50 PM. Reason: mistake in an equation
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Originally Posted by akolman I know that since and each limit of this product goes to 0. However, how would you write an -proof for this limit? Hint: .
this means How do we know this is true? (for large enough of course)
Thank you all very much for your help!
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