Show that (n-7)/(n+7) converges with the limit 1. When n goes from 1 to infinity.

Show that (n-7)/(n+7) converges with the limit 1. When n goes from 1 to infinity.

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Does it make sense to split it up into two:
\[\frac{ n }{ n+7 }\]
and
\[\frac{ -7 }{ n+7 }\]

good idea, just try splitting it in another way

How about :
\(\dfrac{n-7}{n+7} = \dfrac{(n+7)-14}{n+7} = 1 -\dfrac{14}{n+7}\)

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