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1. We have the decrecient sequence {a_n} which converges to "a".

2. Let "K" be a constant.

3. We have the decrecient sequence {b_n} where b_n = max { a_n, K }.

I read in Apostol that {b_n} converges to max {a, K} but I can't figure how. Can you help me? Thanks.

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# Convergence of a sequence

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