1 | initial version |

I do not know exactly why, probably a regression in `maxima`

. That said, you can use `sympy`

to do that:

```
sage: limit(u(n=n+1)/u,n=infinity, algorithm="sympy")
0
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

I do not know exactly why, probably a regression in `maxima`

. That said, you can ~~use ~~ask `sympy`

to do that:

```
sage: limit(u(n=n+1)/u,n=infinity, algorithm="sympy")
0
```

3 | No.3 Revision |

I do not know exactly why, probably a regression in `maxima`

. If you really want to know, you should provide a smaller interval of versions than (4.7, 6.4.1) so that we can have a look at the guilty commit. That said, you can still ask `sympy`

to do that:

```
sage: limit(u(n=n+1)/u,n=infinity, algorithm="sympy")
0
```

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