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Suppose (sn) converges to s not equal to 0 and ( sntn) converges to L. Prove that (tn) converges

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Suppose (sn) converges to s not equal to 0 and ( sntn) converges to L. Prove that (tn) converges

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Suppose (sn) converges to s not equal to 0 and ( sntn) converges to L. Prove that (tn) converges

Hello gsmith89 and welcome to the forums.

What can you say about sn, tn, and sntn in relation to (sn + tn)^2?

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Have you looked at the algebraic limit theorem?

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