(In reply to

re: hmmmm by brianjn)

Brian,

The limit is, as you have rightly observed , but to orove it you do not need simulation or Excel tables.

You divide both the numerator and the denominator by n:

**(21+4/n)/(14+3/n) and let nšinfinity **

the fraction is 21/14=1/3.

**Generally the limit of a ratio of 2 polynomes of a single variable=**

**a. }infinity, (higher power polynome in the numerator)**

**b, ****zero (lower power polynome in the numerator)**

**
**** or**

**c, ratio of the highest power's coefficients(equal powers).**