Posted by **Zisis** on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 1:20pm.

Calculate the limit: lim(((arccos x)^(n+1))/((arccos x)^n) with x tends to 1-, for every n that belongs to N, and then prove that lim(((arccos x)^n)/(arccos x))=sprt(n).

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