Hi,
I am at an intermedate step of a larger problem and I need to find the following limit:
lim(k->infinity) k^k/(k+1)^k
I see what this equals (by using computational software) but I am not sure how to show this.
Any help?
hmmm, the only thing is, the problem gives no indication of the number of samples. it would appear that we have to look at the error function (integral of the gaussian distribution), but I'm still not sure what exactly is necessary.
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