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Compute the following sequence (show your work)

(-2)^{n}+3^{n}

÷ (-2)^{n+1}+3^{n+1}

3. The attempt at a solution

(-2)^{n}+3^{n}

÷ (-2)^{n}(-2)+3^{n}3^{n}

After this I don't know what to do. I know that if I can prove that something smaller than this for all n's converges to +∞, this will converge to +∞. Also, if I can prove that something bigger that this for all n's converges to 0, this will converge to 0. I'm just not sure how to simplify this equation at all.

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# Homework Help: Compute the limit (with variable in exponent)

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