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Peter Pein
10/23/09 11:06am

Hi Shaw,

tell Mathematica, that n is an integer and everything is fine:

In[20]:= Limit[(Product[2*n - k, {k, 0, n - 1}]/
Product[n - k, {k, 0, n - 1}])^(1/n),
n -> Infinity, Assumptions ->
Element[n, Integers]]

Out[20]= 4

Peter


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Re: Limit giving wrong answer Peter Pein 10/23/09 11:06am
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