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For example, (-1)

^{n}+ 1/m, n,m=1,2,3,4,5....

i think there is no accumulation point but how should i prove this?

thanks for your helps...

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For example, (-1)

i think there is no accumulation point but how should i prove this?

thanks for your helps...

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mathman

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Since the 1/m term -> 0, -1 and 1 are accumulation points.

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