I want to prove this limit:$lim_{x to +infty}(|P(x)|-e^x)=-infty$.

I can’t use Hopital’s rule, but only the fact that $a_{n}=(1+frac{x}{n})^n$ and $b_{n}=(1+frac{x}{n})^{n+1}$ converge to $e^x$.

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# Proving that exponential is growing faster than polynomial

I can’t use Hopital’s rule, but only the fact that $a_{n}=(1+frac{x}{n})^n$ and $b_{n}=(1+frac{x}{n})^{n+1}$ converge to $e^x$.

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