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I take it you want to prove that it is decreasing. It's clearly bounded below (by 0), so it has a limit. And then find the limit. a

Now, suppose, for some k, a

You then solve t= (t+1)/(t+2) and get two solutions. Of course, only one of those is the limit of the sequence. The fact that only one of them is positive should make it clear which!

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i have written your explanation several times

some steps in your post that you say "then"

i cant understand how you got them

and how i go further to proove my inequality

can you please wright me the solution to this problem

??

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No, I can't!

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