Dhivya Dharshini Asked a Question
October 6, 2020 6:58 ampts 30 pts
(C) - If the use Cauchy's criterion of convergence of sequence to< a, >=2 n then sa> is (A) Not a Cauchy Sequence (B) A Cauchy Sequence (C) Convergent (D) Divergent
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  • Deepak singh Best Answer
    see attached proof . an is cauncy sequence and thus convergent . option b and c are correct if any doubt then ask.
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    Dhivya Dharshini
    why we are taking (n+1)!
  • Srinath thankyou
    As n tends to infinity, you can observe that this sequence is equivalent to the sequence of partial sums of the series of e - 1, which shows that this sequence is convergent. There...
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