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find:

lim(n[tex]\rightarrow\infty[/tex] (1/n^2 + 2/n^2 + 3/n^2 + ... + n-1/n^2 )

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution[/b

I could guess that the limit is zero but i dont know howto prove it

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# Homework Help: What is the limit of 1/n^2 + 2/n^2 + . + n-1/n^2 as n-> infinity

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