Hello all, indeed this is always a question in my mind.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For a sequence, we can study the limit, let's say [tex] \lim_{n\rightarrow\infty} x_{n} = c[/tex] where [tex] c [/tex] can be [tex] \infty[/tex].

So whenever we talk about this kind of limit, we are generally interested in a sequence which would not attain [tex] c [/tex] at a finite value of [tex] n [/tex]. In other words, the sequence in the form of [tex] x_{n} = c [/tex] where [tex] n \geq N [/tex] for some finite [tex] N [/tex] is of no interest because the limit is trivial?

Thanks.

Wayne

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