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for \(x_i \ge 0\), determine: \[\underset{r\to 0}{\mathop{\lim }}\,{{\left( \frac{{x_1}^r+{x_2}^r+\cdots +{x_n}^r}{n} \right)}^{\frac1r}}=\ldots \]

Note by Idham Muqoddas 4 years, 2 months ago

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The Generalized mean Wikipedia article proves that the limit is simply the geometric mean of the \(x_i\)'s.

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TopNewestThe Generalized mean Wikipedia article proves that the limit is simply the geometric mean of the \(x_i\)'s.

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