find the limit of an n approaches infinity L'Hop's rule doesnt work and dividing the terms by e^2n doesnt work either. I do not know what process should be used.
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You have only to consider that is ... (1) ... and then find the limit when n tends to infinity of the two term of (1)... not very difficult... Kind regards
I don't understand how you got that part.
... all right?... Kind regards
Another way to do this is to divide both numerator and denominator by : Now what happens to all negative powers as n goes to infinity?
@HallsofIvy I did that but i guess my algebra was off. Your process works, thanks.
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