Maths problem

“The UK is set to avoid an n-dip recession this year.” – BBC News
Given that the economy is in the toilet, petrol is the dearest it’s ever been and a job-to-applicant ratio of 10^6, show that the solution for n diverges over time.

You may assume that economics is bullshit.
[20 marks] (15 in 2006 marks)

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  1. First world new math problems???

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