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EVALUATE THE FOLLOWING LIMIT: lim x-->(infinity) [{1/(1x3)}+{1/(3x5)}+{1/(5X7)}........]. PLEASE EXPLAIN THE METHOD USED TO EVALUATE AND IF POSSIBLE,PLEASE GIVE A GENERALIZED CONCEPT FOR SUCH `n-terms` PROBLEM.I AM FACING DIFFICULTY IN SUCH TYPE OF QUESTION.

EVALUATE THE FOLLOWING LIMIT:
lim x-->(infinity)
[{1/(1x3)}+{1/(3x5)}+{1/(5X7)}........].

PLEASE EXPLAIN THE METHOD USED TO EVALUATE AND IF POSSIBLE,PLEASE GIVE A GENERALIZED CONCEPT FOR SUCH `n-terms` PROBLEM.I AM FACING DIFFICULTY IN SUCH TYPE OF QUESTION.

Grade:12th Pass

1 Answers

Sher Mohammad IIT Delhi
askIITians Faculty 174 Points
8 years ago
any limit x-->infinity 1/(a+x^m), is zero, so all of your terms are zero.



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