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help!!! limit
find the limit as p goes to infinity
a_p = sqrt(p^2+p)-p
really dunno how to solve this... i know the limit is 1/2, but i need to prove that 1/2 is really the limit!1
find the limit as p goes to infinity
a_p = sqrt(p^2+p)-p
really dunno how to solve this... i know the limit is 1/2, but i need to prove that 1/2 is really the limit!1