now, this is not a calculus course...this is an analysis course, so I dont know if I'm suppose use the calculus techniques....(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

but anyways,

to show that if a limit exists, I need to show that for all e > 0, there exists K such that n >= k, then |x(n) - x| < e.

and usually, to verify that there is a limit, I would need to know what e is.

so how do I find e?

i.e, n / (n+1)

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