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Posted: Jun 8, 1998 3:58 PM
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II need help yo solve this problems:

1. Show that there exist a number x such that
2x^3 - x^2 + X - 5 = 0, where x > 0

2. Find limit when n is close to infinite for the sumatory of (2/n
+2k), start in x=1 and end in x=n.

HELP ME!!!!!

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