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**NEVERMIND! IT IS 0! I SOMEHOW WAS STARING AT THE WRONG ANSWER SHEET FOR A LITTLE BIT! THANK YOU!**

1. Homework Statement

Determinte whether the sequence converges or diverges:

(n^2)/(e^n)2. Homework Equations

The book says that the solution is: e/(e-1).

However, the limit of the equation y=(n^2)/(e^n) as n goes to infinity is 0.

I don't know why I can't seem to apply the theorem that:

*If the limit as x goes to infinity of f(x) = L and f(n)= a*

_{n}, then the limit of a_{n}as x approaches infinity is L.3. The Attempt at a Solution

I used L'Hôpital's rule to prove the limit is 0. Wolfram alpha confirms this.

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