[SOLVED] Cannot solve limit (1+x/n)^n; n=>infinity

06302015, 05:54 AM
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RE: Cannot solve limit (1+x/n)^n; n=>infinity
Two things:
1. The parenthesis supplied for the limit function is intended to hold the entire argument. You put the power of "n" outside the function. Instead of lim(1+x/n)^n use lim((1+x/n)^n). 2. Put the calculator in radians mode. (Sorry, I have no idea why this is so, but it applies to many nontrig functions. It's best to keep the calculator in radians mode until you need to use degrees.) 

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[SOLVED] Cannot solve limit (1+x/n)^n; n=>infinity  chromos  06302015, 03:55 AM
RE: Cannot solve limit (1+x/n)^n; n=>infinity  parisse  06302015, 05:28 AM
RE: Cannot solve limit (1+x/n)^n; n=>infinity  Didier Lachieze  06302015, 05:41 AM
RE: Cannot solve limit (1+x/n)^n; n=>infinity  Steve Keeley  06302015 05:54 AM
RE: Cannot solve limit (1+x/n)^n; n=>infinity  chromos  06302015, 12:13 PM

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