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How do we go about showing the euler's numbereconverges ?

Recall that

e=(1+1/n)^n as n ->infinity

Some place prove this by showing the sequence is bounded above by 3 and is monotonic increasing, thus a limit exist.

But I forgot how exactly the proof looks like.

Thanks

J

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# How to show that e converges ?

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