Gokul Asked a Question
July 26, 2020 12:31 pmpts 30 pts
f is a sequence of real numbers such that lim =a, then lim a - n+ (a) a (b) a+1 (c) a +3 (G) May not exist
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  • Deepak singh thankyou
    see attached, option d is correct
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  • Deepak singh
    option d is correct..
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    Gokul
    send solution
  • Deepak singh
    any doubt then ask
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    Gokul
    ok tnx
  • Piyush
    Take an = 1 when n is even and -1 when n is odd given sequence converge to zero. then an doesn't converge.
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    Gokul
    ok
  • Deepak singh
    for proof go through below link https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-proof-of-Cauchys-first-theorem-on-limits
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  • Piyush
    I think , Option D is correct
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