Compute the limit of the sequence (3^n)/ ((2^n)+1) I have simplified a much harder problem to this limit and i am having a mind blank... helpplease? cheers
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The th term tends to .
Originally Posted by sebjory Compute the limit of the sequence (3^n)/ ((2^n)+1) I have simplified a much harder problem to this limit and i am having a mind blank... helpplease? cheers
Originally Posted by sebjory Compute the limit of the sequence (3^n)/ ((2^n)+1) I have simplified a much harder problem to this limit and i am having a mind blank... helpplease? cheers Could also use L'Hoptial's rule on as seen in the ThePerfectHacker post.
Hello, sebjory! Yet another approach . . . Divide top and bottom by Therefore: .
thanks a hell of a lot guys that was exactly what i was looking for. Think i might use Sorobans solution nice and elegant. cant believe i didnt see it
Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, sebjory! Yet another approach . . . Soroban! Nooo!
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