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manoochehr
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Oct1-06, 09:12 PM
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Quote Quote by vabamyyr
I have a question:

what is lim (n--->infinity)= 1/(3+(-1)^n))? My opinion that this limit does not exist.


if n∈Z (Z=Integer) then we have two answer for equation

1) if n=Even then answer=1/4

2) if n=Odd then answer=1/2

if n∈R (R=Real) then equation is undefined

for example: (-1)^1/2 does not exist.