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Aaditya Raj posted an Question
October 02, 2021 • 09:37 am 30 points
  • IIT JAM
  • Mathematics (MA)

Let (a,) and (b) are two sequences. then choose the incorrect. 2 (a) if (a, + b,) and (a, b,) are both convergent. then (a,) and (b,) are convergent (b) if (a,

Let (a,) and (b) are two sequences. Then choose the incorrect. 2 (A) If (a, + b,) and (a, b,) are both convergent. Then (a,) and (b,) are convergent (B) If (a, - b,) and /a are both convergent. Then (a,) and (b) are convergent If (a, + b) and (a, - b,) are both convergent. Then (a,) and (b,) are convergent If (a+ b,) and (a, - b.) are both convergent. Then convergent (C) (D)

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