# I'm evaluating a limit in Calculus

I'm evaluating the term of the sequence we're taking a limit of, and the limit does not converge. How can you input infinity into the answer box?

Note by Carl White
2 years, 11 months ago

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I'm calculating the individual terms in a spreadsheet. So I guess I could double check my formulea and that I"m reading the problem correctly, but so far I'm thinking the terms are generally increasing, as would there limit.

- 2 years, 11 months ago

There is no way to input infinity in to the answer box. It is not allowed to have infinity as answer. Even if one has then it is clearly specified by the problem maker as to what should be entered in such a case. Can you please provide the link to the question as well? Thanks.

- 2 years, 11 months ago