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lim(n(a^(1/n)-1)), n goes to infinity, a is a constant.

Please help me solve it

Please help me solve it

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jenia_2k

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lim(n(a^(1/n)-1)), n goes to infinity, a is a constant.

Please help me solve it

Please help me solve it

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Galileo

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Make the substitution h=1/n. Does the form look familiar?

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Hurkyl

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Well, we can't help you unless you tell us what you've tried.

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