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Use an appropriate Riemann sum to evaluate the limit (see attached).

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    Well your limit has x->infty but only mentions the variable n...

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    oh that was a typo on my part

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    n-->infinity . and it's what the problem requires...

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    Here is a similar problem if it helps: steps are shown

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    Because any exponent in the denominator that is greater than the highest degree exponent in the numerator is zero

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    Yes, it's pretty retarded

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    I wrote that wrong but you know what I mean

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    I guess they're trying to drive the point home that a reimann sum with infinite rectangles is an integral...

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    Nvm what I said earlier. The sums are infinite, so they don't easily cancel out.

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    I think I'll just be like "Textbook is stupid. Answer is zero"... too much work

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