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###### Prerna Chaudhary posted an Question
June 28, 2022 • 13:52 pm 30 points
• IIT JAM
• Mathematics (MA)

## Let a be a sequence of positive numbers such that a, >a, > a, >.. then which of the following is/are always true? (a) lim a, =0 (b) lim=0 ()2converges (d) conve

Let a be a sequence of positive numbers such that a, >a, > a, >.. then which of the following is/are always true? (a) lim a, =0 (b) lim=0 ()2converges (d) converges. n n n=

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• ##### Abhi 1 Best Answer

sorry I assumed wrong example ,take An =(1+1/n) , this is the counter of options a and c ,

• ##### Ishu 1

taking an=1/n then a1>a2>a3....all option are true

correct option is d only

• ##### Abhi 1

Let an= n ,then this is the counter example of options a,b and c so answer is option d

by this example option d is also wrong

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