Thanks for the kind words.
But I kind of gave up on getting a good grade on my math class. All that studying for naught! A- on hw, B- on first midterm, an A on the the second midterm, and I shudder to see what I got on this final. I hope the curve will be generous!
With all this damn...
That was for the final, though. Ahh.. I was told by upperclassmen that I'd feel dread and feel like giving up, and that time has come. College is hard. And misery-inducing. But enough about that problem, I guess I'll just have to see how I did on the rest of the test, which had only 8 problems...
Oh, thanks!
I did (2/n)^n and took the ln of all that. I fail to see how that's not indeterminate (0 to the infinity?)...
This was actually on my exam Monday. I used both the squeeze theorem and ratio test, but I didn't think the ratio test would get me points because I thought that was...
1. an= [(2^n)(n!) + 1]/(n^n)
At first glance, I thought it would be a convergent sequence because of the (n^n) in the denominator. But after trying and not being able to show its convergence, I compared it to (2/n)^n with the squeeze theorem. (Basically inf > an > (2/n)^n)
I set the limit as...