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- Trying to understand the completeness of K[[x]] and how to show that every cauchy sequence in it has a limit in K[[x]].

I had difficulty showing this no matter what I tried in (a) I am not getting it. Here for p(t) in K[[t]] : ## |p|=e^{-v(p)} ## where v(p) is the minimal index with a non-zero coiefficient.

I said that p_i is a cauchy sequence so, for every epsilon>0 there exists a natural N such that for all i,j>N we have

## |p_i(t)-p_j(t)|<epsilon ##, which is equivalent to that

## v(p_i(t)-p_j(t))>e^{-epsilon} ##.

But could not see how it helps here!.

Any clarifications would be great

I said that p_i is a cauchy sequence so, for every epsilon>0 there exists a natural N such that for all i,j>N we have

## |p_i(t)-p_j(t)|<epsilon ##, which is equivalent to that

## v(p_i(t)-p_j(t))>e^{-epsilon} ##.

But could not see how it helps here!.

Any clarifications would be great

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