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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Problem of the Week

Get your daily dose of interesting math with this week's Problem of the Week!
Solution below the break.
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Solution transcript:


  1. You can also try the following:
    Step 1: Use the property of ln to bring the power t up.
    Step 2: Push the limit into the ln because ln is continuous
    Step 3: lim{t->infinity}(1+x/t)^t is exp(x)
    Step 4: ln(exp(x))=x and we are done.

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