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Expression Ratio Limit (Posted on 2015-10-22) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Given that x is a positive real number, and:
A(x,n) = (x+1).....(x + n)

Determine:

Limit Σn=1 to p (n-1)!/A(x,n)
p → ∞

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StumpedBrian Smith2017-06-24 12:11:00
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