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Topic: Limit n^(1/n) = ? when n approaches +infinite
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George Cox

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Re: Limit n^(1/n) = ? when n approaches +infinite
Posted: Dec 20, 2004 3:17 PM
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Jeffrey Turner wrote:
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> George Cox wrote:
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> > str wrote:
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> >>limit n^(1/n) = ? when n approaches +infinite
> >>
> >>The answer is 1.
> >>
> >>How come?

> >
> >
> > How come indeed. It looks like 0 to me.

>
> No, it goes to 1.


Hee hee. I can't believe what I did. I read it as lim (1/n)^n. Sorry.

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