Posted by NADIA on Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 9:19pm.
limit as n approaches infinity for the function ((1)^n)((5n+7)/(6n+5))

calculus  bobpursley, Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 9:24pm
multiply both numerator and denominator by 1/n
then
Lim (1)^n (5+7/n)/(6+5/n)
so as n gets large, the second part becomes (5/6)
the first part is +1, depending if n is odd or even.
there is not a limit. however, the funcion is + 5/6 and is bounded by those two numbers.
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