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So I used l'hopital's rule and came up with (5^x)(ln(5))

As n becomes progressively larger, it is continually multiplied by ln(5) but the overall number still goes to infinity. Is that correct logic?

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So I used l'hopital's rule and came up with (5^x)(ln(5))

As n becomes progressively larger, it is continually multiplied by ln(5) but the overall number still goes to infinity. Is that correct logic?

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There is no 'n' in your expression.

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Sorry, replace the x's with n's. Skipped a step in my haste to type.

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