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February 4, 2021 5:16 pmpts 30 pts
Let (f) be the sequence in X defined by f, (x) = (1 - x)x* for x e [0, 1] and k 21. Wn the following is true ? G) is convergent in X. (A) (B) G) is divergent in X. (C) G) is converges to a non-zero function in X. (D) None of these h if
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  • Deepak singh thankyou
    yes , sequence is convergent in X . as limit n tends to infinity fn(x) tends to 0 which belongs to X . So , option a should be correct
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  • Ram Rajput
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