Can someone help me with this problem:

lim (n^2 + n)^(1/n) = 1;

In (b) you may assume that n^1/n = 1.

I know how to solve these when it's a number to the power of n but not when it's n to a power.

Printable View

- May 5th 2010, 11:46 AMMathsnewbieLimits
Can someone help me with this problem:

lim (n^2 + n)^(1/n) = 1;

In (b) you may assume that n^1/n = 1.

I know how to solve these when it's a number to the power of n but not when it's n to a power. - May 5th 2010, 12:22 PMJG89
.

Can you show that goes to 1 as n goes to infinity? - May 5th 2010, 12:24 PMtonio
- May 5th 2010, 12:25 PMMathsnewbie
- May 5th 2010, 12:28 PMtonio
- May 5th 2010, 12:34 PMMathsnewbie
Thank you, I managed to complete (Evilgrin)