# Answer to Question #37681 in Real Analysis for Mr Ruffin

Question #37681

If a>0 and b >0 Show that

lim n->infinity squareroot((n+a)(n+b)) -n = (a+b)/2

lim n->infinity squareroot((n+a)(n+b)) -n = (a+b)/2

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