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int x^n from 0 to 1 = 1/(n + 1)

But as n approaches infinity the answer becomes zero.

But as n approaches infinity the answer becomes zero.

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int x^n from 0 to 1 = 1/(n + 1)

But as n approaches infinity the answer becomes zero.

But as n approaches infinity the answer becomes zero.

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Ok, thanks.

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It is true as long as [itex]n > -1[/itex]. For n < 0, it is not true.int x^n from 0 to 1 = 1/(n + 1)

But as n approaches infinity the answer becomes zero.

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Correction: It is true as long asIt is true as long as [itex]n \geq 0[/itex]. For n < 0, it is not true.

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