Im struggling with the concept of this basic sequence question.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Let x(n) be a sequence such that lim(n->00) (nx(n)) = 0

i.e. it converges to zero...

How could i show that there is an N s.t. for all n≥N : -1 < nx(n) < 1

Any tips would be great.. I don't want an answer.. I want to be guided through it please.

Regards as ever.

Tam

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# Basic sequence help. (Convergence)

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