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limits-sequences? help?

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asked Jun 2, 2015 in CALCULUS by anonymous

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(5)

Step 1:

The sequence image is represented as image.

Graph :

Plot the points obtained in the table.

Graph the sequence image.

image

Observe the graph :

As image tends to image, the sequence approaches to image.

As image tends to image, the sequence approaches to image.

Hence conclude that the graph at each end of the image-axis is approaching to image.

Solution :

The graph at each end of the image-axis is approaching to image.

answered Jun 2, 2015 by Lucy Mentor
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The sequence is image.

From the 5th solution,

As image tends to image, the sequence approaches to image.

As image tends to image, the sequence approaches to image.

Hence conclude that the graph at each end of the image-axis is approaching to image.

Here the graph is approaching to image, but it is not equal, beacuse even a large input will give a small input value but it is never image.

It does not touches or crosses over the image-axis.

answered Jun 2, 2015 by Lucy Mentor
edited Jun 2, 2015 by bradely

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