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Homework Help: calculating infinity

Posted by Steven on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at 1:22pm.

can someone tell me wich one of the two awnsers for these two limits is correct?

lim (-1)^(n) = 1 or -1
n-> +infinity
lim (-1)^(n) = 1 or -1
n-> -infinity

Thanks in advance.

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