I reasoned that (x-1)/x is always less than 1 for positive x. Therefore it will tend to zero as the exponent tends to infinity. But what is confusing is that when working it out for 1 to 100, the value increases.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is the the limit 0?, and when does the limit "turn".

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# Limit of y=((x-1)/x)^x as x approaches inf

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