anonymous one year ago hi advance question related to definite integral , i know how to do it but just not sure ?

1. anonymous

i do know answer for i and ii

2. UnkleRhaukus

what were these results you got for (i) and (ii)?

3. anonymous

i is just show that

4. anonymous

and ii , I got -1

5. anonymous

@ganeshie8

6. anonymous

i dunno how to expand it properly

7. anonymous

i have done my solution

8. anonymous

but not sure

9. ganeshie8

Looks good, In the last line, maybe just leave the answer in exact form : $\dfrac{\lim\limits_{n\to\infty}~~e^{1/n}(1-e)}{\lim\limits_{n\to\infty}~~n(1-e^{1/n)}}=\dfrac{1(1-e)}{-1}=e-1$

10. anonymous

ok thank u appreciate it @ganeshie8

11. ganeshie8

np :)