Sequences (analysis homework)


by Shackleford
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Sep25-11, 02:51 PM
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I'm a little more confident on the first problem. I'm not sure about the second or third.

Actually, I think #2 is false. I could have a constant sequence of -1. Every term is less than epsilon which is positive. It doesn't converge to 0.

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