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I have to prove that the limit as n->oo of n^(1/n) is 1

as n->oo (1/n)-> 0, which means that n^(1/n) ->1

i was wondering though if you could prove this differently using the definition of the limit ( with epsilon ) or maybe take derivatives..?

thanks

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# Homework Help: Prove the limit help

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