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Use the squeeze theorem to prove the sequence converges to 0. (Given the lim 1/n=0 and 1/n^2=0.

A) cos n pi / n^2

B) ((-1)^n) ln(n) / n^2

I know you have to show that the sequence "squeezes" between the two given above, but I am having problems doing so, any help would be great. Thanks.

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# Homework Help: Squeeze Theorem Problem

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