Taking L'Hopital's rule for this sequence gets me e^n/e^n

Taking it again still gets me e^n/e^n

Does this just simplify to 1?

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Taking L'Hopital's rule for this sequence gets me e^n/e^n

Taking it again still gets me e^n/e^n

Does this just simplify to 1?

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## Answers (1)

Yes. Think about it. What's one million divided by a million and one? Pretty damn close to 1.

How do you divide a million pieces of cake amongst a million and one people? Give everybody except one person a piece, and tell the last one to eff off, 'cause there's no way in hell you're spending several months cutting off slivers of cake.