# Homework Help: Series and sequences Problem! Help please.

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1. Feb 22, 2015

### juanitotruan77

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Well im stuck with this math problem and i was wondering if you could help me:
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I already solved a), but i stuck with b)

2. The attempt at a solution
This is the solution i came up with for a)
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2. Feb 22, 2015

### Dick

Maybe I don't see the problem. But if $r_n$ is increasing up to a limit $L<1$, then isn't $\frac{1}{1-r_n} \le \frac{1}{1-L}$?

3. Feb 22, 2015

### juanitotruan77

That might be it, budd. Thanks. But i'd like to hear more suggestions, just in case.