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ln(n)/ln(n+1)

I used L'HOP so it became (1/n)/(1/n+1) -- as this approaches infinity, it's 0/0, and this confuses me. What am I doing wrong?

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ln(n)/ln(n+1)

I used L'HOP so it became (1/n)/(1/n+1) -- as this approaches infinity, it's 0/0, and this confuses me. What am I doing wrong?

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What happens if you simplify the complex fraction

[tex]

\frac{\dfrac 1 n}{\dfrac 1 {n+1}}

[/tex]

before you evaluate the limit?

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you are right!! thanks you!!

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