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OpenStudy (anonymous):

for the sequence {1/2, 5/5, 9/8, 13/11, 17/14...} limit=?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What do you mean by limit?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

lim an as n-->infinity

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The pattern is given by: \[\frac{1 + 4(n-1)}{2+3(n-1)}\] where n means the nth term. By observation, when n increases, the numerator increases more than the denominator. Therefore as n increases, the number will only increase in value. thus it has no limit. i May be wrong though.

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