Showing that nth root of c_n is equal to nth root of c_n+1 in the limit

OhMyMarkov

Member
Hello everyone!

I'm trying to show that $\lim \sup \sqrt[n]{c_{n+1}}=\lim \sup \sqrt[n]{c_n}$

This is my attempt:
$\lim \sup \sqrt[n]{c_{n+1}} = \lim \sup \sqrt[m-1]{c_m}=\lim \sup c_m \; ^{\frac{1}{m}}c_m \; ^{\frac{1}{m(m-1)}}$

I'm stuck here, I think I must use some exponential property that says that something decays faster than something or the ratio of two things is zero in the limit...

Any help is appreciated!

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Evgeny.Makarov

Well-known member
MHB Math Scholar
I'm trying to show that $\lim \sup \sqrt[n]{c_{n+1}}=\lim \sup \sqrt[n]{c_n}{n}$
What if $c_n=1$ for all $n$?

OhMyMarkov

Member
Ah excuse me LaTeX typo: I meant

I'm trying to show that: $\lim \sup \sqrt[n]{c_{n+1}} = \lim \sup \sqrt[n]{c_{n}}$

I fixed it in the thread