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If 0<y<x, then Lt(n→∞)⁡〖(xn+yn )(1/n) 〗 is equal to

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hi,i did not get this part..if y<x  i.e (y/x) < 1 , then what will be the value of (y/x)n  ..??

It is less than 1 so if it us raised to the power infinity it will approach 0
ooh ok..thanks a lot but in this question if 0< y < x was not given then answer would have been infinity..right??
If they are not given it will be undefined as it will be infinity power zero

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