[tex]lim_{i\rightharpoonup\infty}[/tex] [tex]\frac{ln(4^{i}-1)}{ln(2^{i})}[/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If I set this up right it should go to 2, but I'm pretty rusty and every time I try to work this out I end up getting garbage or repeating behaviors that I can't do anything with... Anyone know what exactly to do with it?

edit:

Ack, since this isn't homework I posted it here, but since it's such a basic level could someone move it to the calculus homework forum? Sorry guys :/.

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# Limit of logarithmic functions

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