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Possible squeeze theorem limit question

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so what i'm thinking is that you let

x_n+3 + x_n+2<=x_n+2 + x_n+1 <= x_2 + x_1

then show that the first term can eventually go to the last term

squeezing the term into the middle

but the problem with this is i dont see where the 1/3 comes from

any ideas?
 
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AGNuke

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The third term is AM of its previous two terms.
 

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