Either give an example or show that no example exists.
An unbounded sequence for which 3 is an upper bound, and no β < 3 is an upper bound.
The Attempt at a Solution
and by this notation i mean that k starts at -∞ and ends at 3, and k∈ℤ .
I chose -∞ as the lower bound because I wanted this sequence to be unbounded. Then I chose 3 as the upper bound because that is what the original statement asked for.
Does this example fulfill the original statement because I am unsure of what the question means by "and no β < 3 is an upper bound." The book uses β as the upper bound in previous pages.
Also does the way I wrote the sequence mean what I want it to mean? Because I am also confused on the notation.