Lt (1 – 1/√2)* (1 – 1/√3)…… (1 – 1/√n+1)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

n->∞

There must some simple calculation to find this, but I cannot get this, limit exists since

each tern is less than 1, and limit is more than 0. so limit exists between (1 0).

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