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# Anyone got ideas on these limits? watch

1. Thanks!
2. (Original post by Louisb19)

Thanks!
For the first, set and consider a number well known in mathematics, defined by a limit.

For the second, consider the behaviour of each term separately; the limit of should be obvious; how big does get, for big ?; how big does the denominator get for big ?
3. (Original post by atsruser)
For the first, set and consider a number well known in mathematics, defined by a limit.

For the second, consider the behaviour of each term separately; the limit of should be obvious; how big does get, for big ?; how big does the denominator get for big ?
Ah yes I've done the first one now, I had a hunch it was e but I couldn't prove it.

I'll give the second a go later, thanks for the help.

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