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    Pointwise Limit Please Help!!

    Find the pointwise limit of the sequence of functions
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    Shouldn't this belong to Analysis and Topology?

    Anyway, since
    f_n(x) = \dfrac{1}{((x^2+1)+\dfrac{1}{n})^n}
    The denominator approaches infinity as n approaches infinity except when x=0, in which case the denominator converges to e
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