lim as n goes to infinity of square root of (n + square root of n+1) - square root n) does it equal 0
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Originally Posted by twilightstr lim as n goes to infinity of square root of (n + square root of n+1) - square root n) does it equal 0 try multiplying by the conjugate over itself
yes i have done so already.
Originally Posted by twilightstr yes i have done so already. ...and...? where are you getting stuck? just to make things a little less messy, note that if you make a substitution of then your limit is the same as now can you finish up?
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