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- Subject: [mg46570] Re: [mg46475] Limits
- From: Albert Franco <francoatnsuok at earthlink.net>
- Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 22:33:57 -0500 (EST)
- Organization: The Franco Family
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Hi Ronnie. I'm new to Mathematica, so I'm going through all of the
messages for the past week to learn what I can from experienced people.
I tried your problem just to see what I could see.
When input a certain way, it returned an answer of Infinity! (The sign
for infinity, actually.) I tried to input the following line exactly as
it is below. It simply returned the same thing--as you said.
BUT, instead of typing it out the way I had to in this text message, I
used the template (that has Pi, e, Sqrt symbols, etc on it) to input
e^x. When I did this, it returned the correct answer of Infinity.
Ronny Mandal wrote:
>I am trying to find the limit of the following expression :
>(E^n / n^3), n is growing to pos. infinity. But Mathematica 4.2 only
>yield the expression in return! And it shipped with no comprehensive
>doc, since it is a student version.
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