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I attached an image, l can`t solve that limit. Please sir help me to solve the question.

I attached an image, l can`t solve that limit. Please sir help me to solve the question.

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Grade:11

1 Answers

Arnab Saha
43 Points
4 years ago
Take (n+1)! common from both numerator and denominator and cancel it out. You`ll be left with (n+3)/n. Express it as 1+(3/n). Now as n tends to infinity, 3/n tends to 0. Therefore you`re left with just 1 which is the limit. If you have further queries please ask.

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