For the problem you posted, the answer is indeed 0, but I think you meant:
Then the expression within ln is the standard limit (or definition) of e, so ln(e)=1.
Hey math'ers,
I have , where k goes towards infinity...
I know the answer is supposed to be ln e = 1.
I would think goes towards , which means the expression inside would go towards , so goes towards and the power of would just speed up the process.
What am I doing wrong?
Any help is appreciated...
Simon DK
Hey there,
I'm sorry, I haven't worked on my math project for a little while as it is pre-exam test season now, so I've not been in time to really look at the answer, but it was a great help - thanks, both of you!
I furthermore notice a few Swedes in the forum questioning about convergence, which I find absolutely perfect. I'm sitting on the side-line looking through answers. ; o ) It must the season of convergence in Scandinavia?
Simon DK