The book answer is confusing to me - I would think you could just take the limit of but I am missing something apparently
Last edited by mr fantastic; Apr 7th 2009 at 04:55 PM. Reason: Improved the latex
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Originally Posted by TYTY The book answer is confusing to me - I would think you could just take the limit of but I am missing something apparently If you apply the Cauchy root test then you need to find the following limit: . It is not too hard to show that the value of this limit is equal to .
Originally Posted by mr fantastic If you apply the Cauchy root test then you need to find the following limit: . It is not too hard to show that the value of this limit is equal to . re: bolded - maybe for you lol. thank you mister fantastic I will wrestle with it and also try to figure out why you need . This problem definitely touches on some of my weaker areas. Also thanks for the latex fix, now I learned something new there too
Last edited by mr fantastic; Apr 7th 2009 at 05:27 PM. Reason: Fixed the bold tag
Originally Posted by TYTY re: bolded - maybe for you lol. thank you mister fantastic I will wrestle with it and also why you need . This problem definitely touches on some of my weaker areas. Also thanks for the latex fix, now I learned something new there too 1. . 2. . 3. Use the well known limit from calculus: .
You're the man! many many thanks
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