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Since [itex] x_n -> \inf [/itex]

then [itex] x_n_+_1 -> \inf [/itex]

This is very basic, But I'm already into recursive formulas for infinite series, so I should know why this is true. Does anyone have a small proof. An informal one will do.

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# Limits, n, n+1

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