Re: Not sure this limit is right...
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- From: Bernard Sarman <bernardsarman at gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 02:32:51 -0400 (EDT)
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Yes, that's what I meant. I have another, related question: 9^-9^9 seems to explode on my machine. The memory jumps to over 1 GB, and I have to abort the evaluation. I have no idea why Mathematica would require so much memory to evaluate this expression. Thanks! Frank > This does not make sense to me. You need to put some of the x's in > parenthesis or something. > > Exp[-x^x^x^x^x] > > in Mathematica is > > x > x > x > -x > e > > is this what you mean? > > > > On 06/04/13 20:51, bernardsarman at gmail.com wrote: > >> I'm seeing the following result: >> >> Limit[x^-x^x^-x^x/Exp[-x^x^x^**x^x], x -> \[Infinity]] = infinity >> >> I would have expected 0? >> >> Thanks! >> >>