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Let a and b be positive real numbers. For real number p define, f(p) = ((a^p + b^p)/2)^(1/p). Evaluate the limit of f(p) as p approaches 0.

By directly plugging in zero, you would get (1)^inf. Wouldn't that equal 1 or would it be something else? When I put it into my 89 i got 1 as my answer, but for some reason I don't think that it is right. Please help!

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# One raised to the infinity power help please

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