find the limit of as n approaches infinity L'Hopitals rule wont work here. I do not know what technique to use to find the limit. I can look at the graph and tell that it is converging at 0.
Last edited by diroga; June 9th 2009 at 01:44 AM.
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and by definition goes to 0 because multiplying a fraction by itself many times makes a smaller number?
Yes, this is the point, but it's true because , this is important.
Originally Posted by diroga and by definition goes to 0 because multiplying a fraction by itself many times makes a smaller number? Not "by definition" and saying "less than 1" as Ruun did is better than saying "a fraction". After all, is a fraction!
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