Riemann Sum . . .
Attached is the problem of evaluating a series as n approaches infinity.
I am stuck on how to continue. I know if I can sqrt(n / (n + 1)) in a different form where there is only one n, I can do the rest.

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That is to say, if I can get sqrt(n / (n + k)) to a form with only one n in it.

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