Basically, I was messing with my calculator,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

and i thought of this:

sqrt(x^sqrt(x^sqrt(x^......)))=sqrt(x)^sqrt(x)^sqrt(x)^........

where they go infinitely.

I can't prove it, so I need help.

another thing is 1/(a)+1/(a^2)+1/(a^3)..... = 1/(a-1)

Perhaps the proof is something really obvious I missed?

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# A couple of things I need help proving.

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