I asked this question before but I totally misunderstood what it was asking. Basically, I need to find that there exists a sequence {a_k} such that it converges to x for some x in R.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Since the real numbers are equivalence classes of convergent Cauchy sequences the result seems fairly obvious, but I was thinking of instead of dealing with equivalence classes I could use the definition of the limit of a sequence and have x be the limit of {a_k}.

I'm having some trouble starting up, though. Do I have tofinda sequence that must converge to some arbitrary x to prove its existence?

Thanks!

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# Existence of sequence

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