Hi I've got a tough analysis proof. If I can do this on my own I might as well be Cantor himself.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The first step is :

Let C and N denote the collection of every cauchy sequence and null sequence (consisting of rationals) , prove that N is a subset of C

Second step is :

Prove N induces a equivalence relations on C.

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# Cantor's definition of reals

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