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what about them?
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It would be better if you would tell me some basic formulas,tips and tricks before answering this question
directly put n=infinity what do u get in denominator ?
oh!! something to the power - infinity =0
0 because denominators grows very fast. it like saying 1/veryvery big number. So it is zero.
as power of 2 increases, the fraction gets smaller and smaller
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so what will be in the denominator
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An unidentified number
\[a^{- \infty}=0\]
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Or an infinite number ?
2^(infinity) = infinity 1/ infinity = 0
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Thanks Alot @hartnn
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yup, thats correct.

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