How calculate limit of string if i don't know calculate integral? string u=n^4*integral x/1+x^5 integral is definite in [n,n+1]class tutor said that i need not to know integrals



Asked on

1 Answer | Add Yours

Top Answer

sciencesolve's profile pic

Posted on (Answer #1)

The Mean Value Theorem helps you to solve the problem.

The function under the definite integral is a continuous function, therefore the Mean Value Theorem is applicable.

`int_a^bf(x)dx=(b-a)*f(c)` , c`in` [a,b]

In this case, the string=`n^4` *`int_n^(n+1)x/(1+x^5)dx` `=n^4*(n+1-n)*f(c_n)=n^4*f(c_n)`

Use the notation `u_n`  for the string.



Use`nltc_nltn+1`  => `lim_(n->oo)``c_n=oo`


`` Multiply by n>0 =>

`n/ngtn/c_ngtn/(n+1)=gt1gtn/cgtn/(n+1)` =>`lim_(n->oo)` `(n/c_n)=1`

ANSWER: The limit of string is 1.

We’ve answered 288,147 questions. We can answer yours, too.

Ask a question