Hi,

Why does the limit of ((n+1)/n)^n when n -> infinity gives "e"? I calculated some values, but I thought that n+1 gave n, so it gave (n/n)^n = 1.

Thanks

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- January 9th 2009, 04:27 AMXzanderStrange limit
Hi,

Why does the limit of ((n+1)/n)^n when n -> infinity gives "e"? I calculated some values, but I thought that n+1 gave n, so it gave (n/n)^n = 1.

Thanks - January 9th 2009, 06:00 AMProve It
- January 9th 2009, 07:43 AMXzander
Thanks I understand now.