anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the limit of n to infinity of 1/(2n+2)! times by (2n)!/1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Zero because limit of n to infinity of 1/(2n+2) = zero and zero * n =0 regardless of the other number.
anonymous
  • anonymous
limits are not just about substituting you have to do a little algebra at first.. if there's no other way of getting a number then you substitute to infinity ... !! I don't understand well enough is this the problem we're dealing at? ... \[\LARGE \lim_{x\to \infty}\frac{1}{(2n+2)!}\cdot \frac{2n!}{1}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes

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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
...I'm afraid I can't do it, better wait someone else to help you, or you can take the answer of brainshot ... but I don't know if his answer is correct or not, he didn't show up what he worked ! sorry...
anonymous
  • anonymous
its ok thank you for trying
anonymous
  • anonymous
..Good luck ! ;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
You know how when 1/nx goes to infinity the number is zero, correct? That is because 1 would be so trivial when the denominator is infinity that is acts as 0. Now, we know that zero multiplied by any other number is also zero, so we know that this equation = 0.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok. thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
np

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