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I am curious to know that if we take some seqence, [itex]a_n[/itex], and take the limit as the the terms of the sequence goes to infinity, will the sequence head towards the same value that the the sum of the infinite amount of terms added together? (I hope I worded that properly...)

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# Sequences and Series

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