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Topic: A limit for ln(x)?
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Virgil Hancher

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Re: A limit for ln(x)?
Posted: Apr 27, 2001 9:52 PM
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In article <3AE9D37D.D138C124@yahoo.se>, Marko <kroatman@yahoo.se>
wrote:

> This limit seems to give ln(x):
>
> lim n*(x^1/n - 1) = ln(x), x > 0.
> n->oo
>
> Marko
>


The way it is written, the limit does not exist.

Now if you really mean x^(1/n) instead of x^1/n = (x^1)/n,...







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