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dickshant

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1 Find the limit as → ∞, if it exists, of:(i) √︀( ( + 1)) − 2 , (ii) sin(1/(^2))

I really cannot understand how to do this...thanks for your help:):)

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dickshant

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1 Find the limit as → ∞, if it exists, of:(i) √︀( ( + 1)) − 2 , (ii) sin(1/(^2))

I really cannot understand how to do this...thanks for your help:):)

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HallsofIvy

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You seem to be using a number of "special symbols". All my viewer shows is a square for each.

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dickshant

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ok...i will reformulate the question

find the limit as n tends to infinity, if it exists of

1. root(n(n+1))-2n

2. n*sin(1/n^2)

Thanks...:)

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Bohrok

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For the first one, multiply out what you have in the square root and pull out n

For the second, you might try the substitution u = 1/n

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