lim n approachs infinity. the intergral from 1 to N (x^-1) dx / the intergral from 1 to N (x^alpha)dx = 0

use the tergral from 1 to n= intergral from 1 to k + intergral form k to n

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- Nov 27th 2011, 12:12 PMsbacon1991Let alpha be a real number, alpha > -1 now show that
lim n approachs infinity. the intergral from 1 to N (x^-1) dx / the intergral from 1 to N (x^alpha)dx = 0

use the tergral from 1 to n= intergral from 1 to k + intergral form k to n - Nov 27th 2011, 12:25 PMAlso sprach ZarathustraRe: Let alpha be a real number, alpha > -1 now show that
- Nov 27th 2011, 02:57 PMsbacon1991Re: Let alpha be a real number, alpha > -1 now show that
using the denition of the Riemann integral can you prove it for?

- Nov 27th 2011, 03:22 PMPlatoRe: Let alpha be a real number, alpha > -1 now show that
- Nov 27th 2011, 03:51 PMsbacon1991Re: Let alpha be a real number, alpha > -1 now show that
is there any more info which can be given for the question?

- Nov 27th 2011, 03:56 PMPlatoRe: Let alpha be a real number, alpha > -1 now show that
- Nov 27th 2011, 08:14 PMsbacon1991Re: Let alpha be a real number, alpha > -1 now show that
yes i do